I couldn't buy author Dr. Jim B. Tucker's thinly disguised efforts to validate the collection of 2,500 cases of children's memories of previous lives he and other investigators studied at the University of Virginia.
Some of the cases child psychiatrist Dr. Tucker review appear to support the possibility that a consciousness may have had an earlier existence in a human body. However, the too easily dismissed reality that humans lie, forget or coincidental events occur, strain the credibility of Dr. Tucker's Life Before Life. The fact that only a handful of the cases occurred in North America or other First World countries further encouraged me to doubt.
Is reincarnation a possibility? Perhaps, but Life Before Life is merely speculative evidence at best.