[epub pdf] The Reincarnationist Papers Author D. Eric Maikranz – Vansonphu.com

The Reincarnationist Papers The electrifying book that introduces readers to the Cognomina, a secret society of people who possess total recall of their past lives Haunted by memories of two past lives, a troubled young man stumbles upon a centuries old secret society of similar individuals and dares to join their ranks Evan Michaels now public account takes us into this organization whose members have been agents of change throughout history.

10 thoughts on “The Reincarnationist Papers

  1. Aaron Aaron says:

    Per FTC rules I received this book as a GoodReads First Reads giveaway.I have no idea how to react to this book It nods toward Dan Brown s Angels and Demons, with a hint of Forrest Gump type historical events, while masquerading as a philosophy and or religion tome, all the while purporting to be the work of a palingenesist named Evan Michaels who stumbles literally his wa

  2. Robert2481 Robert2481 says:

    This was almost a totally original book Whatever it borrowed was wisely chosen, though, I really enjoyed the experience, especially his asides Like the Immortal books, the asides, or parenthetical tales, are the most enjoyable parts of the book.

  3. Cathy Lowery Cathy Lowery says:

    This is the finest book I have read in the past couple of years Spellbinding, original story and smooth, unstilted writing style I was genuinely hard to put down I refuse to go into plot points or spoilers, I ll leave the available summary to grab your interest I, personally, can t recommend it highly enough and hope to read from this talented author, other than his travel guides s

  4. Genevieve Burgess Genevieve Burgess says:

    More a 3.5 stars, I really liked the concept and it let to some interesting philosophical discussions in the text, but the storyline itself got bogged down frequently and the prologue seemed superfluous to the actual story However, there s a lot of material for further stories now that the groundwork has been laid and I think there s a lot of room for good development I m also curious to

  5. Jw9364 . Jw9364 . says:

    Great book Read it because I heard Chris Evans was making a movie out of it so I was curious.This book has me obsessed, couldn t put it down Very original.I need a sequel I hope the author reads these reviews

  6. Hassan Clemons Hassan Clemons says:

    A great read that I hated to put down Beautiful, savage, enlightening and bold This book is a prize and came recommended to me by a stranger on Reddit I will keep this one in my library, and read it again every few years like all good books Bravo.

  7. Renée Renée says:

    Meh good concept but it did not keep my interest.

  8. Kerry Kerry says:

    This book is definitely not for everyone I loved it You have to have questions about EVERYTHING in life and be very very open minded in order to understand and read this book Life is mostly thought to be black and white, but rarely is it the way people like to believe or would like it to be I thoroughly enjoyed this book and didn t want it to end, but alas all good things do If you don t believe or can t co

  9. Haven Gordon Haven Gordon says:

    I won this book in a giveaway by goodreads It might not be everyone s cup of tea, but I fell in love with the concept of total recall and secret societies I ve heard of people who can remember, in great details, the things that happen in their lives and I m a little envious If only I could remember where I put my keys every time I come in the door.

  10. Susan Susan says:

    I was enthralled, completely captivated by this story An extremely well written and thought provoking read Thank you goodreads for giving me the opportunity to win a copy for free Loved it

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