From the moment Lucia steps into Bayside Art Academy, she is fed a steady stream of lies, but it’s not until she meets William that she begins to question the people she trusts. Unraveling fact from fabrication seems impossible until Lucia finds her first painting, and discovers the dead do not lie–at least not to her.
A dozen lifetimes ago, Lucia started a war. Not a war with armies or guns, but a bloody war nonetheless. The path leading Lucia to the truth is hidden within lovely art that spans the ages. In this life, however, Lucia doesn’t know where to look. Lost, she turns to the one thing she knows with certainty–she is in love with Leo, and has been before.
What I thought
This is a pretty short review because most of it is in the sypnopsis above.
My rating should have been a 4 star but it is a 3 star due to my copy being riddled with mistakes on every single pages.
I hope the new limited edition has been proof read with a fine tooth comb.
Outside of that, I loved the story.
I never read a book quite like it and really like the introduction to the world of reincarnation novelized.
I would like to read more about the characters in future installments as most story lines have been left opened and there is definitely as lot of potential for development of them and their world.