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The Hypnotist by M.J. Rose
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Aug 02, 2011

I will start by saying that I'm not sure if this book is tied to the other two books, The Reincarnationist and The Memorist, but The Hypnotist was difficult to get into at first. I had read the first five or six chapters until I finally found the movement in the book. Then I was hooked.

This book involves a man named Lucian Glass that has had a violent, near-death past. He is involved in investigating art crimes as a member of the ACT division of the FBI. The story line centers around the idea of reincarnation and a large statue of Hypnos, the Greek God of sleep. The statue of Hypnos is hiding important tools that the antagonists are trying to retrieve. Lucian Glass takes a journey through his personal reincarnation stories, which eventually aids him in his job as an ACT agent now.

Though it was slow in the beginning, I would definitely recommend this read. Stick with it and you won't be disappointed! I'm looking forward to reading the first two books in this series from author M. J. Rose.

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