Lola

by Owen Davis

This novel deals with the appalling situation of a dead girl brought back to life by means of a surgical operation which restores the heart action, but resuscitates vitality after the soul has quit the body. The life of the girl after actual physical resurrection becomes one of impulsive depravity, and the change is as vivid as the sudden lapse of a normal brain into active dementia. Though scientifically improbable, the plot has moments of stern intellectual appeal.

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