The Memorist
M.J. Rose
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Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM By M.J. Rose

As a child, Meer Logan was haunted by memories of another time and place, always accompanied by the faint strains of elusive music Now the past has reached out again in the form of a strange letter that sets her on a journey to Vienna to unlock the mystery of who she once was With each step, she comes closer to remembering connections between a clandestine reincarnationiAs a child, Meer Logan was haunted by memories of another time and place, always accompanied by the faint strains of elusive music Now the past has reached out again in the form of a strange letter that sets her on a journey to Vienna to unlock the mystery of who she once was With each step, she comes closer to remembering connections between a clandestine reincarnationist society, a lost flute linked to Ludwig van Beethoven, and David Yalom, a journalist who understands all too well how the past affects the future David knows loss first hand terrorism is a reality that cost him his family He s seen every solution promised by security experts around the world and he s seen every solution fail Now, in a concert hall in Vienna, he plans to force the world to understand the cost of those failures in a single, violent act.
  • Title: The Memorist
  • Author: M.J. Rose
  • ISBN: 9780778325840
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Hardcover

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Melodie Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
This is the the Reincarnationist series. While it picks up the main character of Malachi Samuels in his quest for proof of reincarnation, there is a new group of characters who struggle with their own beliefs.This time the proof sought is an ancient flute and music,supposedly hidden away by Ludwig van Beethovan.Just like the first story, the reader is treated to multiple plot lines,locations and time periods. All does come together eventually but this one was harder for me to follow and maintain [...]
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Angela Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
Found by chance at the library. About reincarnationists. At the end I'm not at all convinced of the viability of reincarnation. But an interesting story. BEGGING for a good editor. Oh my, the awful sentences I could have fixed!
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Barbara ★ Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
An enjoyable thriller which could have been more enjoyable without the whole terrorist angle. A rather predictable ending - at least from the terrorist angle. I enjoyed it but didn't love it.
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Jessica Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
I received this book for free from the publisher. All content and opinions are my own.The Memorist is the second in a thriller series by M.J. Rose.Meer Logan has always been haunted by the memories of someone else and the ellusive music that accompanies the memories. She has devoted her life to the study of false memories and to the study of music, hoping to rid herself of the dreads caused by these episodes.Her father, Jeremy Logan, on the other hand, has devoted his life to the study of Jewish [...]
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Sheri Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
The Memorist (M.J. Rose)A lot of characters and it jumped around a bit. Somewhat hard to follow, but an interesting plot. I Feel I should read the first book in the series (The Reincarnation), possibly helping me to enjoy this more. Meer is the main character and she has flashbacks/visions/hallucinations. It is believed that she is experiencing past lives. The story gets complex when a mystical flute from long ago is found, then stolen. There is also a possible connection to Beethoven and his mu [...]
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Jill Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
For me this was a forgettable national treasure type book. It was ok while readingI had some issues with errors in the book (huge pet peeve of mine when characters names are wrong), but I could read this at the beach or on a trip and be fine. Just not one I will remember. Predictable.t really any twists if the author was trying to make some, so just became boring and a little long for what it is.
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Michele Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
The Memorist is author M.J. Rose’s follow-up novel to The Reincarnationist and she has again taken themes of reincarnation, this time weaving 19th century Vienna and the musical world of Ludwig van Beethoven with modern-day terrorist plots. A fast paced historical thriller, The Memorist takes the best elements of The Reincarnationist and improves upon them.Although there is one carry-over character present, The Memorist is most assuredly a stand-alone novel.One of the pleasures of reading an M [...]
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Georgiann Hennelly Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
It was somewhat hard to follow a lot of charactersybe if i had read Reincarnation the first book in the series i would have enjoyed this book more. Meer Logan is the main character she has always been haunted by someone else,s memories and the elusive music that comes with the memories. She has devoted her life to studying music and false memories in the hope she can rid herself of the dread caused by these episodes. If you believe in reincarnation than this is a good book to read.
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Michelle Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
Great book. Reminiscent of Dan Brown but with MUCH better writing and more interesting characters. I didn't realize this was a sequel to Reincarnationist but I don't think not having read that took away from this in any way (and it only made me want to read the first!) The book is suspenseful and smart and just overall an enjoyable, fast read despite being on the longer side. This isn't my normal fare, but I'll definitely pick up the first and many more from MJ Rose.
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Meredith Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
Oh dear, and here's another one I had to quit on. I bought the Kindle version, which I tend to read late at night in bed, and way too much back-and-forthing was required for me to grock all the players, places, and times. I couldn't just settle in and take up the storyline.
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Vickie Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
This is more 3.5***. I enjoyed it but there are lots of characters and plot jumping. It was hard for me do follow since I was listening to an audio version. I love the historical fiction of M.J. Rose, but this one didn't do as much for me as a few of her other books.
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Lisa Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
It took me about 100 pages to really get into it, but I think overall it was a better story than the first book.
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Tapley Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
I enjoyed this. In retrospect, the way the story turns out is a tad predictible, but it kept me on the edge of its seat, and I liked the unusual elements of the plot (i.e. the reincarnation aspects)
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Amanda Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
I can't even finish this book its gotten so ridiculous! And I give up on maybe one book a year.
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Jan Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
This is a story of a lady who has been reincarnated. However, she is rather annoying, as the subject of the story, Meer Logan does not believe in prior lives, and yet she was experiencing constant regressions. So I was not sympathetic with Meer Logan. Meer Logan has odd dreams, about another time, another past. Her family and friends have tried to help her, but she fights them all the way. There is some connection with Beethoven and a flute, she is pulled back to a time gone by, a secret society [...]
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D.B. Wright Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
The inside cover ratings describe this book as similar to DaVinci Code by Dan Brown - and it does have the same feel. It is fast paced, taking place in just over a week and spanning several countries.There are a lot of subplots that provide numerous perspectives to add to the interest as well. Love the topic matter - do we reincarnate and if so, can we remember parts of previous lives. Interesting, entertaining read.
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Chrissy Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
This book is right up my alley. Although it's the second in the series this absolutely stands alone. Meer has been haunted by ancient memories not her own and her father and doctor believe she is reincarnated.
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Shellie (Layers of Thought) Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
This is a series review. Original post at Layers of Thought.A page turning paranormal thriller series with historical fiction and an ancient religious belief system embedded in the stories.Mini Synopsizes ~ The Reincarnationist: Some precious stones with paranormal properties have been stolen from a newly discovered pre-Christian archeological site in Rome, dating around 400 AD. The stones purportedly can help one to remember past lives.The story is primarily set in the present but moves back in [...]
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Barbara Martin Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
The Memorist is suspense fiction with romance and science fiction elements. The story continues with the reincarnation aspect of past life memories, a secret society, and an ancient secret about a flute made from human bone linked to Ludwig Beethoven.The Memorist takes place in present-day Vienna and New York City with interludes during the 1814 Congress of Vienna and the Indus Valley of 2120 B.C.E. Ms Rose did extensive research to provide the detailed descriptions and historical elements of th [...]
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Serena Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
The Memorist is the second in a series of books about reincarnation, lost memory tools, and the struggle of Meer Logan to find herself through her past. Her father struggled to help his daughter call her past-life memories to the surface, but Meer found her life bearable only when she avoided the triggers that called those memories to the surface.M.J. Rose's narrative technique easily transports readers to Vienna, the home of Ludwig von Beethoven, and to Vienna in the past when Beethoven lived a [...]
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J.M. Cornwell Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
In this second book of M. J. Rose's Reincarnationist series Rose goes back to Europe for another memory tool. This time the tool is a flute made of bone that plays a tune to release the memories of past lives. Malachai has known about it for years through his treatment of Meer Logan who came to the Phoenix Institute as a child haunted by what Meer considers to be false memories of times long past.The Memorist centers around Vienna and Ludwig von Beethoven who in the 19th century had the memory f [...]
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Bibliothekerin Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
This was the first book I've read by M.J. Rose. The fact that classical music is a central theme automatically interested me. The author also adds bits of music theory (e.g the Circle of Fifths, which is pretty cool), and tantalizing questions about the physics of sound. I love learning historical details along with a rousing story, like the fact that Vienna is a city obsessed with death and filled with ghosts. This book is a banquet of facts about Vienna, Beethoven, his friends, and his "Belove [...]
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Katka Chudá Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
Pamäť je potom kľúčové slovo, ktoré spája minulosť a prítomnosť, minulosť a budúcnosť. Elie WieselMeer má už od deviatich rokov víziu, kde beží naprieč lesom, drží v rukách tajomnú skrinku a v pozadí hrá tajomná hudba. Teraz má však už 36, a nič jej nepomáha. Už od deviatich rokoch navštevuje Malachaima, psychológa, ktorý sa zaoberá podobnými prípadmi. Avšak Malachai aj Meerin otec si myslia, že je to spomienka z minulého života. Meer takýmto veciam ne [...]
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Jennifer W Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
Another fun bit of brain candy. This sequel to The Reincarnationist follows a similar storyline- a memory tool is found and several people want to get their hands on it for their own reasons. The main character is the only one who can find it as they access their own past life experiences which leads them to what they seek; sometimes a little too conveniently. In this case, the main character is an adult woman named Meer. Her father believes she has experienced past life memories all her life re [...]
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Zohar - ManOfLaBook.com Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
“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 [...]
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Patricia Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
The Memorist is a story of many people. Meer Logan has been haunted from childhood by memories of a past life. This is the story of Meer and the women in her past. It is also the story of David Yalom, an Israeli journalist, who has lost his whole family to a terrible explosion. Jeremy Logan is Meer’s father and a firm believer in memories of past lives. Jeremy’s goal in life has been to bring Meer’s past to the present and release her from the haunting memories.The story also includes Mala [...]
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Rebecca Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
M.J. Rose's The Memorist is the second in The Reincarnationist series, but don't be distraught if you haven't yet read The Reincarnationist. I didn't read it before starting The Memorist and I didn't feel lost at all. I don't know which characters were used in the first book because they were all so thoroughly fleshed out in The Memorist.I don't want to give too much away about the plot because The Memorist is a mystery book, but I'll tell you a little about it so you can get an idea of whether [...]
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Liviu Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
Superior thriller about a young woman Meer Logan who has flashes of her past lives though she denies they are such despite her father Jeremy and her mentor Malachai's insistence - they are both famous members of the Memorist society dedicated to the idea of reincarnation and remembering past lives -Meer founds herself connected to a magical flute that supposedly was discovered in India around 1810 by one of the founders of the society and given to Beethoven to decipher its mysterious music that [...]
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Michelle Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
The Memorist is the 2nd book in the Reincarnationist series. Meer has always had a recurring memory of a box and a strain of music. Despite her musical training, she has been unable to recreate the melody she hears. She has been seeing Malachai from the Phoenix Foundation and he draws her to Vienna when her father discovers the box in an auction catalog. Traveling to Vienna, they find a letter from Beethoven within the box that has clues in locating a memory tool, a flute that Beethoven believes [...]
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Jean Marie Nov 22, 2018 - 10:22 AM
3.5, though I feel like I liked it better than The Reincarnationist. It's been 5 years since I read the first book in this series so my memory is fuzzy but I do recall being very blah about it when I thought about the story as a whole. If I could fix the endings to both of these novels, make them more complete, I'd definitely like them more. I don't know what to say about this book really. It was interesting, it was well paced, very much in the model of Dan Brown or Steve Berry. Yet, like it's p [...]
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The Memorist By M.J. Rose As a child, Meer Logan was haunted by memories of another time and place, always accompanied by the faint strains of elusive music Now the past has reached out again in the form of a strange letter that sets her on a journey to Vienna to unlock the mystery of who she once was With each step, she comes closer to remembering connections between a clandestine reincarnationiAs a child, Meer Logan was haunted by memories of another time and place, always accompanied by the faint strains of elusive music Now the past has reached out again in the form of a strange letter that sets her on a journey to Vienna to unlock the mystery of who she once was With each step, she comes closer to remembering connections between a clandestine reincarnationist society, a lost flute linked to Ludwig van Beethoven, and David Yalom, a journalist who understands all too well how the past affects the future David knows loss first hand terrorism is a reality that cost him his family He s seen every solution promised by security experts around the world and he s seen every solution fail Now, in a concert hall in Vienna, he plans to force the world to understand the cost of those failures in a single, violent act.

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