The Reincarnationist

The Reincarnationist

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Baker & Taylor
After surviving a bombing in Rome, photojournalist Josh Ryder is plagued by strange memories from an ancient time that instruct him to save a woman named Sabrina and, desperate for answers, consults an expert on past life experiences before the past violently collides with the present. 125,000 first printing.

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A bomb in Rome, a flash of bluish-white
light, and photojournalist Josh Ryder's
world exploded. From that instant
nothing would ever be the same.



As Josh recovers, his mind is increasingly
invaded with thoughts that have the emotion, the
intensity, the intimacy of memories. But they are
not his memories. They are ancient—and violent.
A battery of medical and psychological tests
can't explain Josh's baffling symptoms. And the
memories have an urgency he can't ignore—pulling
him to save a woman named Sabina—and the
treasures she is protecting.



But who is Sabina?



Desperate for answers, Josh turns to the
world-renowned Phoenix Foundation—a research
facility that scientifically documents cases of
past life experiences. His findings there lead him
to an archaeological dig and to Professor
Gabriella Chase, who has discovered an ancient
tomb—a tomb with a 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.

Baker
& Taylor

After surviving a bombing in Rome, photojournalist Josh Ryder is plagued by strange memories from an ancient time that instruct him to save a woman named Sabina and, desperate for answers, he consults an expert on past life experiences.

Publisher: U.S.A. : Mira Books, 2007
ISBN: 9780778324201
0778324206
Branch Call Number: FICTION ROSE
Characteristics: 458 p

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Aug 25, 2011

This was a strange read as even though there is lots going on, it still seems slow & laborious at times. It might have been due to the in depth histories of Roman & Victorian times provided. Although thoroughly researched, it tends to cause the plot to bog down & I found myself flipping pages to get back to the main characters storylines. In the end, you're supposed to be surprised by the identity of "the bad guy" but it was evident early on so the ending is not quite the shocker it was meant to be.

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