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The latest from Ann Brashares, the New York Times bestselling author of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, a magical story of reincarnation and a love that lasts more than a lifetime 

Daniel has spent centuries falling in love with the same girl. Life after life, crossing continents and dynasties, he and Sophia (despite her changing name and form) have been drawn together-and he remembers it all. For all the times that he and Sophia have been connected throughout history, they have also been torn painfully, fatally, apart.

But just when Sophia (now "Lucy" in the present) finally awakens to the secret of their shared past, the mysterious force that has always separated them reappears. Ultimately, they must come to understand what stands in the way of their love if they are ever to spend a lifetime together.

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My Name is Memory
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3.2 / 5
3.5 Rating.
September 15th, 2015
In the beginning and closer to the end the switching perspectives of the narration were somewhat hard to follow. I wish that this would have been more consistent. Once I got into the story, I did enjoy the numerous time periods Daniel took the reader though. There were several that I wasn’t familiar with and this book definitely peeked my interest in expanding the eras I read about. I would have enjoyed learning more about these time periods, but I realise that this wasn’t the point of the story. Unfortunately the ending didn’t really satisfy me, as I feel it didn’t wrap up all of the loose ends. Joaquim was Daniel’s brother in one of the most pivotal lives he lead, and also his enemy. I felt that this characters storyline wasn’t explained in very much detail, leaving him feeling very unattached to the storyline. This also made me feel like the book was taking more of a sci-fi turn; a genre that doesn’t really interest me. For this reason I rated it a 3.5 stars. Although I did have some issues with My Name is Memory, I would still recommend it to fans of Ann Brashares. I would also like to note that this book is listed as YA Lit, but I think that it would be best suited for more mature audiences due to language and some sexual content.
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One of my favorite books
July 4th, 2014
I loved this book. Great storyline and amazing characters! Lots of action mixed with romance :)
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