Friday, 10 July 2015

Review of The Reincarnation of Annie Brown by W. Scott Mitchell

The Reincarnation of Annie Brown:
This is a good story by W. Scott Mitchell about Eric a young man that came up with a way to predict the bond market and is able to make money off the bond market. However, because of his ability to make better predictions than Dr. Whitehurst and his colleagues it causes a major problem. This problem causes the plot to twist and turn. This story has a conspiracy theory, some sensual aspects, Philosophy, economics and there are a lot of sinister plots against Eric.
There are several other main characters in the story that hold significant; Erin, who seems depressed and loves dark poetry but is a good friend to Eric. Then, there is Jill, who works for Dr. Whitehurst and spends a great deal of time with Eric even though she is engaged to Gary. Gary is a computer genius and is also Eric’s roommate. Eric loves both Jill and Erin, but they seem to be deceiving him at every turn, along with Gary.
This book was very well written and makes you think while reading because of the way the characters talk to each other and to themselves. This book is for those who like a read that challenges his/her brain and makes you think the entire time. There are so many twists and turns in the plot, but you get a little bit of everything with this book.

I would recommend this book to those who love conspiracy theories and who like a highly intellectual read.