My Memories of a Future Life

ABOUT Roz Morris

Roz Morris
I published nearly a dozen novels and achieved sales of more than 4 million copies - and nobody saw my name because I was a ghostwriter. I am now proudly publishing as myself with two acclaimed literary novels, My Memories of a Future Life and Lifeform Three. I have more than 20 years expe More...


If you were somebody’s past life…

What echoes would you leave in their soul?
Could they be the answers you need now?

It’s a question Carol never expected to face. She’s a gifted musician who needs nothing more than her piano and certainly doesn’t believe she’s lived before. But forced by injury to stop playing, she fears her life may be over. Enter her soulmate Andreq: healer, liar, fraud and loyal friend. Is he her future incarnation or a psychological figment? And can his story help her discover how to live now?

A novel in the tradition of The Time Traveller’s Wife, Vertigo and The Gargoyle, My Memories of a Future Life is much more than a twist on the traditional reincarnation tale. It is a multi-layered story of souls on conjoined journeys – in real time and across the centuries. It’s a provocative study of the shadows we don’t know are driving our lives, from our own pasts and from the people with us right now. Like Peter Shaffer’s plays The Royal Hunt of the Sun and Equus, it asks questions about what we believe, what we create and how we scare and heal each other.

Above all, it’s the story of how one lost soul searches for where she now belongs.

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I’ve always been fascinated by the phenomenon of past-life regression. I first heard about it when I was a darkly brooding teenager, with black hair instead of red, and the romantic half of me wanted it to be true. But the scientific half could see that there were many reasons why it probably wasn’t. One day I thought, what if instead of going to the past, someone would go to a future life? Who would do that? What would they find? And why would they need to? And so this story was born.

'Unsettling, odd and original' For Books' Sake
'Beautiful, simple, evocative.You empathise with the characters immediately' Matt's Musings 
'Really rather fabulous' eightcuts
The novel was originally released in four episodes.Read all the reviews here