Meet Me in Another Life

Meet Me in Another Life


Thora and Santi have met before…

Under the clocktower in central Cologne, with nothing but the stars above and their futures ahead.

They will meet again…

They don’t know it yet, but they’ll meet again: in numerous lives they will become friends, colleagues, lovers, enemies – meeting over and over for the first time, every time; each coming to know every version of the other.

Only they can make sure it’s not for the last time.

But as they’re endlessly drawn together and the lines between their different lives begin to blur, they are faced with one question: why?

They must discover the truth of their strange attachment before this, and all their lives, are lost forever.

Our Review

I finished Meet Me in Another Life a few hours ago but I am still thinking about it. In all honesty if I had known the solution to the mystery before I read it I wouldn't have chosen to read it because books on this topic generally bore me but in this case I would have been doing myself a disservice. 

The premise of the book is excellent and Catherine Silvey is clearly a talented author. 

Thora and Santi are destined to be in each other's life over and over again. Is it so they can explore all the choices and options available to them or is it as Santi beleives a test from God to atone for something? They need to figure it out before they run out of time and are lost to each other forever. 

"You can't ever know someone completely. You'd have to be everything to them, and that's impossible."

Life after life Thora and Santi are different things to each other: lover, teacher, adoptive family, friend, sibling or colleague. Every time they are together but the opposite sides of the same coin, light and dark in their personalities. They are both always searching for something, waiting for something more. 

This book is perfect for fans of The Midnight Library, Life After Life and The Timetraveller's Wife. 

Meet Me in Another Life was impossible to put down and even harder to forget. 

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