BOOK REVIEW: THE REINCARNATIONIST
Josh Ryder is a photojournalist who was almost killed by a suicide bomber. Fortunately, he lived but unfortunately; his life will never be the same.
It is difficult to describe what Josh has been experiencing. He is having some kind of dreams or memories that keep coming to him. The only problem is these are not his memories. How is this happening?
One of the “memories” that Josh keeps having is that he is Julius, a Roman priest in 391 A.D. These memories are very important to Josh because it involves a woman named Sabrina who is someone he has to save.
Josh undergoes a series of medical and psychological tests but nothing is resolved. Is it possible that Josh is experiencing memories from his “prior life”? What is really frustrating is just as quickly Julius can turn right into Josh again.
Josh knows he must find answers. He turns to the Phoenix Foundation, a research facility that documents cases of prior life experiences.
Is Josh able to find answers?
The Reincarnationist is a gripping, complicated novel. The readers can just sit back, relax, put on their “thinking cap” and let M.J. Rose put this mysterious puzzle together for them. This book will provide the readers with an exercise of the mind and really make them do some thinking. The only thing I would suggest is that you really pay close attention as the story continues. This is not one of those fast paced books that you can finish in a sitting or two. You will want to take some time with it so you can ponder the points of the story. M.J. Rose has created a masterful read with a plot that is suspenseful and unusual. This book is highly recommended.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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