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The Hypnotist [Livre audio] [Anglais] [MP3 CD]

M. J. Rose , Phil Gigante

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 You will be hypnotized 19 avril 2010
Par Cheryl Koch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Lucian Glass was just a young boy when the woman he loved, Solange, was murdered. Ridden with guilt, Lucian has not been able to forgiven himself for not being able to protect Solange.

Now twenty years later, Lucian works for the FBI as part of the Arts Crime Team. He and the Arts Crime Team are trying to track down the person responsible for destroying priceless works of art. Lucian's investigation brings him to Malachai Samuels. Malachai is a skilled hypnotist and part of a powerful secret society known as the Phoenix Foundation. He is very interested in getting his hands on some very old artifacts called memory tools. Is there a connection between Malachai and Lucian's case?

The Hypnotist is book three in the Reincarnationist series. It can be read as a stand alone novel. I jumped into the middle of this series. My first experience with Ms. Rose was with The Memorist. That was all it took for me to become hooked. At a little over four hundred pages, this book reads like a dream. I started reading this book right before I went to bed. This was not a good idea as I had to force myself to put the book down and get some sleep. Lucian and Malachai are both very strong male leads. There were a few twists that were placed well in the plot. It is easy to see why author, MJ Rose is so fascinated by the subject of reincarnation. Be warned as you will be hypnotized by The Hypnotist.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ancient Art and Reincarnation Make for A Unputdownable Thriller 1 mai 2010
Par C. W. Gortner - Publié sur Amazon.com
A priceless sculpture that hides an ancient secret; an FBI investigator haunted by the past; and a terrorist plot involving the theft of magnificent works of art all combine to create THE HYPNOTIST, the unputdownable thriller and third entry in M.J.Rose's superb Reincarnationist series (The Reincarnationist and The Memorist).

No author currently writing in the suspense/thriller category does quite what M.J. Rose does; underpinning her novels is the haunting premise that all of us have past lives that connect us to the present, and within this framework she's conjured a high-stakes world of treacherous business dealings, international intrigue, and the often lethal search for the elusive Memory Tools - objects that can assist people to access their pasts and which, if found and harnessed, could provide their owner with unimaginable power. At the center of this web is Dr Malachi Samuels of the Phoenix Foundation, a gifted yet amoral reincarnation expert who allegedly will stop at nothing to possess the Memory Tools.

These entwined themes are spun throughout the series; however, each novel can be enjoyed on its own merits and The Hypnotist is no exception. When Lucian Glass, FBI criminal art investigator, is called in by the Metropolitan Museum in New York City to investigate the horrific mutilation of a stolen painting, he is plunged into a search for the man who, years ago, destroyed his youth and aspiring career as an artist. His investigation leads him back into the elegant, dangerous milieu of the Phoenix Foundation, where a young girl is being treated for nightmarish visions, and the presence of a mysterious woman who might hold the key to his quest. As Lucian begins to uncover a plot centered around a millennial-old sculpture that has surfaced after years of neglect, he finds himself caught up in an intricately linked conspiracy of art smuggling, terrorism, and the race to claim a coveted Memory Tool.

The Hypnotist stands out from the other entries in the series for its lyricism and the timely question: Who truly owns art? In this novel, which is replete with Ms Rose's trademark moments of breathtaking suspense and secrets-within-secrets, Rose has gone deeper into her mythology, detailing the subtle ways in which senseless tragedy shifts and defines us, and the hallowed effect that art exerts on our beings. While her previous novels have all featured lost souls seeking redemption, in The Hypnotist something of Rose's own complex soul comes into display, and it is a fascinating glimpse into a writer who, with this novel, has both matured and exceeded the very high expectations she has set for herself and her readers.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best of the series! 11 juillet 2010
Par Jem - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having read the first two books in this series, The Reincarnationist and The Memorist (The Reincarnationist), I must say that though the first two are really very good, this book is the best of the three. The first two kept me interested in continuing the series, but "The Hypnotist" takes it to the next level. It's an excellent read, with a slightly faster pace, and leaves me looking forward to the next book. It was captivating enough that I read the book in one day because I literally did not want to put it down!

The ongoing theme throughout the books is the acquisition of certain "memory tools" that allow the users to see clearly into all of their past lives, thereby proving that reincarnation exists. The problem is that the "tools" are scattered around the world and that no one knows for sure exactly what each tool is, let alone where it is located, or even if it still exists. The search for these tools takes the reader around the globe, as characters search for clues in libraries, old documents, letters and buildings, encountering espionage, murder, theft and a variety of other crimes along the way. Meanwhile, certain characters experience "past life" regressions, both through hypnosis and spontaneously, but only in small segments and though out of context to the character, they are not to the reader. I think what makes this series so enjoyable is that we all would like to think that not only will there be a chance to "do over" past mistakes, but that there is a purpose to our lives. The human condition wants us to believe that we will go on endlessly and death isn't really an end at all. Rose weaves an imaginative storyline, capturing all the nuances needed for the reader to care about the characters and enjoy the suspense and intrigue of the story. Her plot development is excellent and the reader can easily follow the storyline. Her descriptions of exotic locales and well known sites is detailed - she has done her research. I usually do not enjoy books that move back and forth between characters and settings almost every chapter because I have found it disrupting, but Rose uses this method (in all three books) in the best possible way, actually making it easier to follow the different motives and the actions/reactions of all the principals in the plot. And she does so in a totally unobtrusive manner. She moves smoothly between past and present and even the "past lives" segments fit easily into the story and make total sense to the plot and character development.

While it is not necessary to have read the prior Reincarnationist books, as I think they each can stand alone, I would strongly suggest doing so. Having been introduced to some of the characters in the previous two books is to have a little background on why they are involved in reincarnation at all, and allows the reader to fully appreciate the depths of each protagonist's individual personality and their involvement in each new story. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bridget's Review 30 avril 2010
Par bridget3420 - Publié sur Amazon.com
To some deja vu is more than just a coincidence. It is pieces from our past lives that play an important part on the here, the now and the future.

Lucian lost the love of his life a long time ago and blames himself for not being able to save her. He works for the FBI and the current case has him tracking down a thief. Under hypnosis, Lucian reveals some information that he didn't even know he had. Demands are made and one wrong move could destroy everything.

This is one of those books that take you to another level that you didn't even know existed. We've all heard about reincarnation by M.J. is so talented that her story seems like the first one to ever. Definitely 5 stars!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another Turn of The Wheel of Time 18 mai 2011
Par wbentrim - Publié sur Amazon.com
The Hypnotist by M.J. Rose

A mayhem fest sets the stage for an FBI art crime investigator. A search for memory tools to prove and facilitate reincarnation, leads to death, destruction and redemption.

Lucien Glass lives with loss. His life has been defined by his loss. Ms. Rose paints Lucien's pain and pathos with diligence. You have to be made of stone not to feel for the guy. His perseverance in his work is fuel by his frustration and loss.

The story had subtle levels of deception that touched on current events while titillating with the bizarre and macabre. Iranian terrorists, monomaniacal philanthropists, demented movie moguls combine for a delightful bouillabaisse to tickle the literary palate. And lest I forget, a poignant love story to round out this excellent book.

I highly recommend the book.
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