I read My Name is Memory by Ann Brashares on a recommendation from someone else, and I didn’t realize until I was done that it’s written by the author of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. (Which I’ve never read)
I loved this book. It’s nice how many different awesome books I’ve been reading lately. It’s the story of Daniel, who has memory of all his past lives, and he’s loved Sophia/ Lucy but been star-crossed in every one. When he finds her in this life and tells her what they are to one another, he scares her off, and he believes that he’s lost her again. Many of the chapters are from their past lives and how their love has developed over hundreds of years.
The only problem with this book was the ending. It’s not that I didn’t like the ending, but that things weren’t quite resolved. I saw a rumor on Amazon that this was supposed to be part of a trilogy, but I see no evidence of this on the author’s website, and this was written in 2010, so I think that’s probably false.
Either way, despite the not-quite-satisfying ending, I loved the book and would cautiously recommend it.