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Bouquet of White Roses:
Since childhood Lucy Costigan had felt a deep affinity with the 1920s. The style, the fashion, the music and especially the Charleston had all evoked a sense of freedom and joy.
Her Aunt Sue lived during the 1920s, but had tragically died from TB at the age of 20. Lucy had always felt something special for Sue, as though she was close by, guiding her.
There was also Lucy’s recurring dream of white roses that she didn’t understand, a bouquet presented by a man in the throes of sadness. When in her mid-20s Lucy visited a spiritual medium, the details of a past life emerged.
All the evidence began to pile up, that she had lived before as her aunt, through the hectic ‘20s when Sue had fallen in love for the first and only time, with Dubliner, Tom. And so Lucy’s quest begins–through decades of family research, further readings, regression and ancestral healing–to unearth her true connection with Aunt Sue.
‘Received your beautiful book yesterday and read it last night, I was up until 5am reading it. I think it could be called captivating reading. Really enjoyed it and the personal memories it provoked’, Brendan O’Callaghan, November 20, 2020.
‘A lovely, courageous book, easy to read and enjoy. The very personal, honest and beguiling story of the author’s search for meaning. She shares the long journey towards her truth and her authentic self. Her attraction to the 1920’s, the Charleston and the times of The Great Gatsby’, Alan O’Dwyer, Goodreads, November 24, 2020.
‘I absolutely recommend this book as a fascinating personal story of reincarnation. It was made all the more interesting to me since, as I mentioned, there is a strong link to the 1920s running through the book, and this may explain why Ms. Costigan is so intrigued by Harry Clarke, stained glass and the 1920s style’, Martin Comerford, on Amazon.co.uk, 2020.