The Memorist (Reincarnationist Series #2)

The Memorist (Reincarnationist Series #2)

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The Memorist (Reincarnationist Series #2) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Anonymous 9 days ago
I find these stories to be very entertaining. This is the second book I've read by the author. I like the bit of history woven into these fantastic stories. I don't believe in reincarnation so I don't believe you need to in order to enjoy the books. I'll definitely read more by this author.
otterly More than 1 year ago
This book has not one, but two sets of flashbacks, which I DON"T think add to the story. Meer Logan was once a confused young girl, who seems to still be confused. The book takes place in Vienna. Other characters are her father, and a number of their friends. There are many references to Beethoven, and a flute made of the bone of one of his friends is a large part of the plot. One friend is a musician who is to perform in a concert and also has a young son who is mentally confused--as Meer was. Another person wants to blow up the concert hall with Semtex. I would not read other books by this author, nor recommend it to a book group.
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Absolutely love this series
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Man_Of_La_Book_Dot_Com More than 1 year ago
"The Mem­o­rist" by M.J. Rose is the sec­ond in fic­tional "The Rein­car­na­tion­ist" series. As in the first book, this one also deals with past lives and the mys­tery behind them. Meers Logan is haunted by night­mares which seem vivid and real. She can smell, see and hear faint music which she can't put her fin­ger on. When an enve­lope addressed to the Phoenix Foun­da­tion, which is ded­i­cated to recov­ery of past life mem­o­ries, Meers rec­og­nize the box which she spent years imagining. Meers is deter­mained to unlock the mys­tery and trav­els to Vienna to recover the lost mem­ory Flute linked to the great com­poser Lud­wig van Beethoven. I liked "The Rein­car­na­tion­ist" and "The Mem­o­rist" by M. J. Rose didn't dis­ap­point either. When I saw that the book starts out quot­ing the Zohar I imme­di­ately knew that the author has done her research. While "The Mem­o­rist" is a bit slower than the pre­vi­ous novel, I thought the story was more inter­est­ing, the char­ac­ters are more fleshed out and Vienna comes alive. Some of the char­ac­ters from the first novel make an appear­ance, and even have an impor­tant role, how­ever one need not read the first book to enjoy this one (even tough I would rec­om­mend it). Ms. Rose com­plied a bunch of beliefs about rein­car­na­tion from sev­eral reli­gions and reli­gious texts and did a great job com­bin­ing them and explain­ing some com­plex the­ol­ogy in sim­ple terms. On a side note: I loved that Ms. Rose incor­po­rated Beethoven's Immor­tal Beloved into this book. From some rea­son I just got a kick out of it when it "clicked". If you fol­low my blog you know that I enjoy a diverse range of books and am not afraid to tackle dif­fi­cult and long books. One of the main rea­sons I enjoy these books is because they intro­duce me to a con­cept that is con­tro­ver­sial and not part of the main­stream. While I don't know if I believe in rein­car­na­tion (though it sure would be nice) I still find it inter­est­ing to read about.
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MichaelTravisJasper More than 1 year ago
This book is the second in a series partially about a society of researchers studying and exploring reincarnation. I enjoyed both, but liked this one more than the first. The historical sections seemed more real to me in this sequel. The stories in three time periods are woven together well and relate in a way that cleverly shows how souls might truly be bound to each other throughout time in order to learn life's lessons. Karma, justice, and love eventually (though often painfully) prevail in the end. Michael Travis Jasper, Author of the Novel "To Be Chosen"
NPRFAN_1 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the complexity and suspense of this book and would recommend it to Dan Brown fans. M.J. Rose obviously did a tremendous amount of research to make this book so enjoyable. I look forward to reading the others in the series.
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Learnlove More than 1 year ago
Having not read any of the previous series, I was pleased I could jump right in and not spend half of my time being reintroduced to the characters. Quirky, exciting and fun it is a great escape read and I found myself involved with most of the characters. The plot was original and a nice break from the usual mystery/thriller books available. I look forward to reading the entire series.
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Bookloverco More than 1 year ago
Read her first book and it makes this one much better. Fun read the two books make a great gift for readers who like the reincarnation.
Pamela1962 More than 1 year ago
This is the second in the sries and doesn't disappoint. I had never heard of M.J. Rose until a friend gave me The Reincarnationist. I had never been interested in reincarnation but the history aspect sounded good. I'm glad I gave it a shot and was thrilled when the new book came out. The story of both books is intriging and fast-paced. The characters are fully developed and real. Give this series a shot and you won't be disappointed.
Shiva More than 1 year ago
The author did it again, another amazing book. The memorist follows another set of individuals who again are highly believable and make you care about what happens to them. The basis for the book, again, is reincarnation. Written in such an elegant manner that it leaves you wondering about the basis for the ideas and philosophy behind reincarnation. I picked the book up just 4 days ago and finished all 107 chapters of it. It was such a good book that I just couldn't put it down. I would recommend this and The Reincarnationist as a holiday gift.
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dhaupt More than 1 year ago
The Memorist is Ms. Rose's second novel in her Reincarnationist series. It follows the Reincarnationist as secret societies search for the elusive memory tools. Meer Logan is a woman who has been haunted by broken memories since being a small child, while on a job in Vienna she is enfolded into a mystery that along with her father and renowned reincarnationist Malachai Samuels (The Reincarnationist) she will try to solve. Enter David an Israeli journalist with more on his agenda than writing a story. With the help of a multitude of characters this story comes to life as Meer risks her life to solve this mystery that could possibly end the memories that still haunt her.
In her unique style Ms. Rose gives us an unforgettable story with characters that will stay with you as she takes us through the twists and turns of this exciting read.