"Throughout her long life, she would always remember the first sixteen years. At that time, she could still innocently use her birth name as it still had its uses."
Tormented by fear of pain and death, sixteen-year-old Marie made the irreversible decision to bear the spell of immortality. But very soon, she realized the devastating cost of eternal life. Destined to be separated from her loved ones, memories were all she had while she descended into numbness and solitude...
Many years later, Raul, a young aristocrat, was struggling with his regrettable past and unfulfilling present; he was the least content with such quiet desperation before his foreseeable death. Could their lives echo with each other?
Set in the 17th- and 18th- century Europe, the story traces two different lives as they went through war, plague and many more tragedies that resulted in separation and alienation. As they encountered magic and mystery in this desolate world, a new understanding about life and death awaited them.
A voyage through various aspects of life - pain, joy, memories and relationships. Yet they all inevitably pointed towards one direction -- the end.
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