The Reincarnationist (Reincarnationist #1)
Join international bestselling author M.J. Rose on a mesmerizing journey through her unique Reincarnationist series. How can we know who we are if we don't know who we were? Hypnosis opens the door to the past…but what happens if the truth on the other side is something we can't live with? These are novels that will keep you turning pages and as...more
At the same time, the characterisati ...more
After an accident in Rome, photojournalist Josh Ryder begins experiencing flashes of past memories―from another life, another era. As these flashes intensify, he’s drawn back to the time of ancient Rome, Vestal Virgins and the mysterious Memory Stones. Through the eyes of Julius, he is reunited with a powerful love for Sabina, the Vestal Virgin he has sworn to protect and would willingly die for, a woman whom would be buried alive if th ...more
Nos muestra la vida de Josh Ryder, fotografo-periodista, que luego de una explosion y haber estado en coma, recuerda mediante flashback, dos de sus vidas pasadas, pero la principal, es la de Julius, el cual existio en la antigua Roma, do ...more
"The Hypnotist" is also about reincarnation and people obsessed with it. Here our main character is Josh, a photographer badly injured a year ago when he caught a terrorist attack on camera. Since then he's been having psychotic episodes in which he remembers his past lives: Julius, a pagan pri ...more
John Ryder has been having what he calls lurches for over a year. They started when he was caught in a bomb blast in Rome. The lurches put him in ancient Rome in the body of a priest named Julius who is in lo ...more
After nearly dying in a terrorist bomb, Josh Ryder is haunted by memories of a past life in Rome. The medical profession cannot explain or solve his new memories and flashbacks and so he turns to the Phoenix Foundation who specialise in past life regression.
A trail of present-day murders seem to link up to his past life memories of being a pagan pr ...more
My review: Not spellbinding. Not riveting, psychologically or otherwise; not epic; not a thriller; not challenging. It took me 3 weeks to slog through it. I kept hoping it would get better. It didn't. The writing is amateurish and the plot obviously contrived. I can recommend this book only to people who have tro ...more
On a trip to Rome, determined to find answers to his fre ...more
First, the book is called The Reincarnationist, who is identified in The Memorist as Malachai Samuels, however Mr. Samuels is a VERY minor chracter throughout this book. I think the title is misleading because The Reincarnationist has nothing to do with this book. Maybe The Memory Stones or s ...more
Wow! Very original! This fast-paced, thought-provoking, intricate page-turner will stay with the reader long after the last page has been read. The ending is a sur ...more
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Este libro le faltó algo, ¿Qué? no sé, siento que cojea. Tiene todos los ingredientes para ser un buen libro y como que no me conquistó. Tal vez el hecho que las regresiones fueran en livestream, algo diferente a lo que habia visto de la siempre clásica sesión de regresión con el especialista, un deja vu por aquí, un sueño, pero en este libro no, usted andando y regresionando.
Y ya saben, que tiene su chin de teoría conspirativa contra la iglesia y su deseo ferviente de que NUNCA JAMAS NI NU ...more
By the title I knew this book was about reincarnation and, as a Christian, I found myself a little uneasy about even reading it. The historical and arche ...more
The only thing that really kept me reading was that the reincarnation idea was interesting and that the pace was good enough to keep the pages turning, but not nearly enough to say this was a good book.
But if you liked the Da Vinci code, then you probably will like this book, since neither book had much of a plot (sorry guys, Da Vinci cod ...more
So having the author wrap everything up in a single half-page, with a miserly amount of exposition, was an enormous disappointment. I'd go so far as to call it blue-balling, as the enjoyable and good-quality writing up to that point gave no indication that we were in for such a shoddy and lazily slapped- ...more
The author is trying to make smth else with this genre and maybe for a novice is interesting, but I've done my share with books about karma, reincarna ...more
Following an accident in Rome, photographer Josh Ryder begins to experience what he considers to be hallucinations of two separate lives in previous eras. After psychologists and doctors fail to diagnose his problem, he begins work with the Phoenix Foundation - a foundation specializing in aiding children with exactly these types of episodes, considering them to be memo ...more
Like this, serenading in different time zones, held apart by centuries, he throngs to finish his eternal quest-to solve this mystery and understand what is happening to him. The characters in his lurches are sometimes plagued by sorrow, sometimes death ...more
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M.J. Rose grew up in New York City mostly in the labyrinthine galleries of the Metropolitan Museum, the dark tunnels and lush gardens of Central Park and reading her mother’s favorite books before she was allowed. She believes mystery and magic are all around us but we are too often too busy to notice… books that exaggerate mystery and magic draw attention to it and remind us to look for it and re ...more