The Reincarnationist (Reincarnationist #1)
An epic thriller of secrets, history and murder that will challenge how we think about who we are, and who we were.A bomb in Rome, a flash of bluish-white, and photojournalist Josh Ryder's world explodes. As Josh recovers, thoughts that have the emotion, the intensity, the intimacy of memories... show more
An epic thriller of secrets, history and murder that will challenge how we think about who we are, and who we were.A bomb in Rome, a flash of bluish-white, and photojournalist Josh Ryder's world explodes. As Josh recovers, thoughts that have the emotion, the intensity, the intimacy of memories invade him. But they are not his. They are ancient…and violent with an urgency he cannot ignore—pulling him to save Sabina…and the treasures she protects. But who is Sabina?Desperate for answers, Josh turns to the Phoenix Foundation—a research facility that scientifically documents past-life experiences. He is led to an archaeological dig and to Professor Gabriella Chase, who has discovered an ancient, powerful secret that threatens to merge the past with the present.Here, the dead call out to the living, and murders of the past become murders of the present.
Publish date: February 16th 2010
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: The Reincarnationist (#1)
4 stars. 1st in a series. I am definitely interested in reading the rest of the series, though this book could have used an additional eye in editing. Portions could have (should have) been expanded for clarity and better story telling.
interesting but I just didn't find it quite satisfying.
'Josh?' No, don't listen. Keep going. Everything depends on getting to her on time. A heavy fog was rolling in. He stumbled, then righted himself. He took the corner. On both sides of him were identical colonnades with dozens of doors and recessed archways. He knew this place! He could hide here in ...
Spectacular read! Amazing plot! I highly recommend this series (up to 6 books at the time of this review), unless the notion of reincarnation truly offends you. Still, even if you take the concept as fiction, or are able to suspend your disbelief, this is a marvelous book.
A bit of a wtf ending..more to follow