Book Review of The Book of Lost Fragrances (Reincarnationist, Bk 4)

The Book of Lost Fragrances (Reincarnationist, Bk 4)
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An adventure thriller that was a roller coaster that you didn't want to end. From the beginning, the reader meets Jac L'Etoile who is the daughter of a long line of professional perfumers. She has left the family business and her brother is left trying to continue it on without her "nose."

At the same time as the reader is trying to figure out where this storyline is going, there is another one running at the same time that centers around Tibet and a political fight they are having with China as they are denied their theory of reincarnation. People are being kidnapped and somehow these two storylines will intersect.

This book takes the reader on a trip through a few countries and there is quite a load of characters, but I was never lost or confused. The writing was effortless which makes it more than just a piece of fiction.

I would absolutely recommend this to the readers who love a little challenge to their reading. It took quite awhile for the roads to intersect, but when they did it was magic. This author effortlessly twisted this story into one big masterpiece.