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Reincarnation by Suzanne Weyn
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Apr 09, 2009

really liked it
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** spoiler alert ** At first glance, you’d think Reincarnation is nothing but a cheesy love story. As soon as you read the teaser on the back cover, though, you’re hooked. I admit, it was hard to get into. With Weyn’s descriptive wording, and eerie analogy to language (and way of life) in Prehistory, it takes a while to comprehend. But by the third chapter, you’ll find your hands glued to the book. From Egypt to Athens, to Massachusetts and on to modern day, follow the story of a girl with a-seemingly-impossible singing voice who somehow always stumbles upon a kind-hearted boy, and then are linked together by emeralds and symbolic books. Come the last page of this novel, you’ll find yourself flipping the page, fueled by temptation to see how their love grows.... only to find a short description of the author. It’ll leave you wishing for a sequel. Nonetheness, it'll be worth your while.

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