Thursday, November 06, 2008
This book is the follow-up to The Reincarnationist, although personally, I don’t think it’s necessary to have read the one before the other. But if you’d like to read The Reincarnationist you can download the book for free here. Yes, I said free. Cool, huh?
If you've read The Reincarnationist, then The Memorist will be both new and familiar ground. The basis of both stories is the search for an ancient artifact that will uncover the mysteries of reincarnation and memories. Both books involve arcane societies and interweave a present day quest with the stories of those who have gone before. I will confess to liking the The Reincarnationist's past story better than the past story in The Memorist, even if it did involve Beethoven...however, I liked the present day story of The Memorist better than the present story in The Reincarnationist...if that makes any sense. Still, both books are fast-paced, entertaining reads with mystical components.
Tune in tomorrow when I'll be a stop on TLC Book Tours for The Memorist. M.J. Rose herself might just pop in to say a few words.
You can check out the other tour stops for The Memorist here:
Monday, October 27th: Fantasy Book Critic
Tuesday, October 28th: The Compulsive Reader
Wednesday, October 29th: The Book Bitch
Tuesday, November 4th: Bloody Hell!
Friday, November 7th: Fizzy Thoughts
Monday, November 10th: Devourer of Books
Tuesday, November 11th: Bloggin’ ‘Bout Books
Wednesday, November 12th: Bookstack
Thursday, November 13th: The Inside Cover
Monday, November 17th: Booking Mama
Tuesday, November 18th: Books I Done Read
Wednesday, November 19th: Diary of an Eccentric
Thursday, November 20th: MommyPie
Friday, November 31st: Frequency of Silence