# of Pages: 291
Lo lives in the water as a mermaid type creature with her “sisters” and none of them remember where they came from before living in the water. There is a myth that if they find a human to fall in love with them and then they kill that person they can take his or her soul and become human again. They have all tried this, but it’s impossible for anyone to fall in love instantly so they end up murdering innocent people simply because they are so desperate to become human again. Meanwhile, Celia lives with her two sisters on land and as triplets they have a unique connection. One sister can see the future of someone by touching them, another can see the present, and Celia can see someone’s past. This was always viewed as fairly useless, but when Celia meets Lo accidentally one day she realizes she could help her remember who she was before. If that is possible could Lo become human again?
This book was recommended by a student who really enjoyed it, but it moved very slowly and the pieces of Lo’s past take a long time to reveal themselves. The ending was a bit exciting, but far too fleeting and the ending is abrupt and uncertain. It seems it is setting up for a sequel, but the story did not leave me wanting to learn more. The premise behind this is interesting, but the plot just moves too slowly and not many students will stick with it all the way through.