Pigments of My Imagination

Pigments of My Imagination From the moment Lucia steps into Bayside Art Academy she is fed a steady stream of lies but it s not until she meets William that she begins to question the people she trusts Unraveling fact from fa

  • Title: Pigments of My Imagination
  • Author: Angela Kulig
  • ISBN: 9780615872414
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the moment Lucia steps into Bayside Art Academy, she is fed a steady stream of lies, but it s not until she meets William that she begins to question the people she trusts Unraveling fact from fabrication seems impossible until Lucia finds her first painting, and discovers the dead do not lie at least not to her.A dozen lifetimes ago, Lucia started a war Not a warFrom the moment Lucia steps into Bayside Art Academy, she is fed a steady stream of lies, but it s not until she meets William that she begins to question the people she trusts Unraveling fact from fabrication seems impossible until Lucia finds her first painting, and discovers the dead do not lie at least not to her.A dozen lifetimes ago, Lucia started a war Not a war with armies or guns, but a bloody war nonetheless The path leading Lucia to the truth is hidden within lovely art that spans the ages In this life, however, Lucia doesn t know where to look Lost, she turns to the one thing she knows with certainty she is in love with Leo, and has been before.

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    1. Pigments of My Imagination (from now on abbreviated as PoMI) is a book that I needed time to fully process, which, if you know my normal reviewing style, is pretty strange. You see, PoMI is unlike any book you’ve ever read. No really, if you can find me a book that is legitimately similar I’ll give you a cookie or something, but mostly I’ll just be very surprised. It’s original, so much so that I wasn’t sure how I felt about it, until now.PoMI is a seamless blend of artistic expression [...]

    2. I'm giving Pigments of My Imagination(PoMI) a 4.5 star rating.I loved PoMI and I'm looking forward to reading the next book. When I saw the sign up for this book tour and read the synopsis I was intrigued. So when I received my copy from Angela to read and review I couldn't wait to start reading it. I wasn't disappointed!The book drew me in from the beginning. I loved the characters, the plot and the way the book was written. The book has more than one PoV, it jumps between different characters [...]

    3. Pigments of My Imagination begins more interestingly than it concludes. I found great promise in the book's description and had a completely different expectation of the way the story would play out. Right away, we meet Lucia, an art prodigy who is on her way to starting her first year at Bayside Art Academy in Galveston, TX. During her first day of classes, she encounters Leo. He is a fellow student who she finds herself inexplicably drawn to, despite his first impression as a jerk. That is bec [...]

    4. Lucia has gained entry to the Bayside Art Academy and learns whole life has been one big lie. Things and people she thought were dreams are real and she is responsible for a war spanning lifetimes. Remembering at such a late time in her life may be the key to ending this war once and for all, even if it means leaving the love of her life, Leo, behind. PIGMENTS OF MY IMAGINATION is a complex and suspenseful novel, filled with love, betrayal, and mysticism. You’ll need to pay close attention to [...]

    5. This book was absolutely superb!! I fell in love with the detail of the characters and how well they suited the storyline. I also loved the artistically value this story had to share! Can't wait to read this next Hopefully there's a next!! I highly recommend this book!!

    6. MORE REVIEWS HERE!!!Real rating: 3.5 starsPigments of My Imagination is about Lucia, an artist prodigy who is about to enter her new school at Bayside Academy. Yet even if others would be thrilled to be at one of the most prestigious and advanced art schools, Lucia is nothing but bothered, as she has always felt as if she knows people (déjàvu, she has always dismissed it), and it has become even worse when she arrives at her new school. Her mother would send her to psychologists and after each [...]

    7. The story had a good idea behind it. And I was curious. But it jumped around too much. Too many unnecessary things were added and there wasn’t enough explanation. The characters would also do things that they were ‘compelled’ to do that would get them into bad situations that really didn’t make sense to me for the character. As a reader, I get what the author was trying to do, I just didn’t really feel that it came across the way it should have.

    8. Lucia leads a rather confusing life. Well at least it is confusing for her as she seems to know people that she doesn't know, and shouldn't know, and remembers things that make her seem older than she really is. When weird things happen to Lucia her mother just sends her to a psychologist and soon she forgets everything. Soon all the weirdness goes away, but the feeling of being alone and not belonging never quite leave Lucia. Then she get's a scholarship for the Bayside Art Academy and her life [...]

    9. Like many of the novels I've read recently, PIGMENTS OF MY IMAGINATION struck me as a work with tremendous potential; the setting is fascinating, the character backstories are intriguing, and the concept is truly unique. Honestly. I've never read a novel quite like this one.And great news: PoMI is the first in a series!I enjoyed the connection to the world of art, and found the supernatural abilities of artists to be nothing less than uber cool. Exploring Lucia's past through artwork was also ne [...]

    10. I got his book from the author, free of cost, in exchange of an honest review from my side.Firstly I would like to thank Angela Kulig, author of Pigments of My Imagination, for giving me this opportunity of reading and reviewing this awesome book.Here we meet and share the life of Lucia while she has a different kind of feeling on meeting some of the strangers, it feels to her as if they are known to her but surprisingly she never meet them before 'well, in this life time though'. Yeah, I hope t [...]

    11. i am sorry for the two star rating, but that was all i could bring myself to give it. it's not that i dislike pigments, it's that i couldn't really find reasons to like it. the story never grabbed or intrigued me, so i found that when i was reading it, i was only continuing because i was supposed to review it as a first reads, not because i was interested in it was a lot like Bluebloods, except without the vampires, and i liked Bluebloods better. Pigments of my imagination had a plot that was ve [...]

    12. I don’t know why I inevitably compare everything to Harry Potter, but I do. This book will be no different. Pigments of My Imagination starts out a little bit like Harry Potter, if J.K. Rowling had forgone wizards and instead focused on artistic, creative types who reincarnated on a regular basis. The heroine of this tale is Lucia, a budding prodigy who arrives at Bayside Art Academy in Galveston, Texas. Before long, she meets fellow classmate Leo. Although he’s a bit stand-offish at first, [...]

    13. This book is filled with cool ideas. Harpies, oracles, Fates, powerful artists and secret societies fill the pages and bleed out of the book. The setting is quite vivid and well-explained. The plot is really cool and certainly grabs you from even the synopsis. I could have done without the characters.At first I wasn't certain if I disliked the characters because I was confused about the reincarnation plot. Maybe I had gotten lost in who knows who and what has happened in previous lives and I was [...]

    14. (I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).(This review may contain spoilers).I like books that have reincarnation in them. I don't believe in it personally, but I do find it fascinating to read and write about.This book, I felt, was one of those that dealt with the issues of reincarnation in a more realistic way. I've read far too many books where the characters have the same name as their previous incarnations with no explanation for it. This, at least, made sense.The probl [...]

    15. This is like no other book I have read and I am rating it as good despite the fact I am not sure it worked, for me at least, to have the characters knowing each other so well through endless reincarnations. Lucy, a young girl starts a new school and soon finds the love of her lives, with whom she is bound to in every life, or so she thinks, before realising it is she who holds the answers - and the future of them all - in her handsThere were parts of the book where I was completely lost about wh [...]

    16. I think I may have a new favorite book! Lucia enters into her new life at Bayside Art Academy only to quickly discover that all she's ever known has been a lie. POMI took me on a thrill ride of art and mystery from page one and I absolutely devoured the pages. I couldn't put it down and I can't wait for more! You have to be sure not to miss a single detail because, as Lucia quickly discovers, every little thing matters. I loved the complexity of the story yet it was easy to follow. The character [...]

    17. This is a unique book. The clever title and the cover with the girl in the orange painted dress drew me. I bought this book over a year ago, so I’m not sure if my version is different than the current version other than the cover. My version had numerous minor errors which always detract from the story for me. I hope they’ve been corrected. The writing is very descriptive in a uniquely poetic way, but sometimes too much description bogged down the story. I enjoyed the actual writing and the [...]

    18. Honestly, because I'm a senior and have a lot of college stuff to do it took me a while to finish Pigments of my Imagination but during the first weekend of January I was like no I must finish this book and when I finished it I was like SERIOUSLY?! Because the book was so AMAZING and I can't believe it ended like that. My feelings were: asdfghjkl and I almost screamed and it was like 3am. Im totally so excited for the next book, because there will be a next book right? There must be! Anyways don [...]

    19. I would give it 3.5 stars if I could. I absolutely loved the story itself but I had trouble keeping up sometimes. There was just so much going on so I don't even know how to summarize it. From what I read it is about a group of reincarnated artists and they live many lifetimes together. Something about their most recent life is different and they are trying to figure out what it is.I think the main thing that confused me was the different characters perspectives. If there were only 2 points of v [...]

    20. The author sent me a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.This book is very confusing. Half the time, I didn't know what was going on, and I was more confused than ever at the end. I know this is first in a series, but it was still very confusing, and didn't capture me enough to make me want to read more.I don't know if this is due to poor writing, or all the glaring errors that forced me to re-read things several times to figure out what was happening to who. These weren't ju [...]

    21. I was given a copy of these book in exchange for an honest review.Well, it seemed so promising. Great concept, interesting with past lives, curses, secret societies. But I just found myself unable to become interested in the characters and their drama. There was no flow to the writing, it was all very jumpy and confusing. I'm not saying I want an info-dump chapter, certainly not, but definitely needs more show than tell. Maybe more character development, rather than such quick POV changes, or mo [...]

    22. I think fans of Twilight may enjoy this book. The story centers around Lucia, a teen girl who moves to Galveston, Texas to attend the Bayside Art Academy. Soon she discovers that she belongs to a group of Soul Painters who have been reincarnated over and over, and have magical artistic abilities. I really wanted to like this book, because I grew up near Galveston and spent a lot of time there in my teen years. Mainly, though, I just felt like I was too old for this. The book is full of spelling, [...]

    23. So I am not going to tell you want the book is about, you can read that info from above, what I am going to tell you is this is a really awesome YA book. It is very interesting, the Author does a great job of keeping me engrossed in the book all the way through. I didn't want to put this book down. Very well written and so worth the read. It is a clean book, wonderful love story, with a mystery.I think this book is interesting because it is kind of different, but still very good. I am giving it [...]

    24. This is a really good book for anyone interested or already using alcohol inks. The book is really well presented and it is suitable for beginners, to experienced painters who can jump in where their interest and ability are pique.If you know nothing about alcohol inks, this explains it very well, it shows how to get different effect simply and builds onto these skills as the book goes along. I really recommend this book for anyone who is interest in this effect, there aren't many books on this [...]

    25. #POMIMy rating should have been a 4 star but it is a 3 star due to my copy being riddled with mistakes on every single pages.I hope the new limited edition has been proof read with a fine tooth comb.Outside of that, I loved the story.I never read a book quite like it and really like the introduction to the world of reincarnation novelized.I would like to read more about the characters in future installments as most story lines have been left opened and there is definitely as lot of potential for [...]

    26. Pigments of My Imagination. I was given a Kindle copy of this book by the Author for an honest review of the book. As you start the book, the first thing you read is the Prologue. Something that happens on September, 1666. Let me just state this, that is a freaking long time ago. I will give a quote from the book that instantly had me re-reading the first paragraph over and over again, ‘The City burned while the three witches watched, and wondered’. I have a feeling this book won’t be your [...]

    27. Pigments is amazing. It's a fresh, unique, supernatural love story. Full review will follow closer to the release date.In the interest of full disclosure I will tell you that I know the author. I met her through Twitter. However I only got to know her after reading and loving the first 2 chapters of Pigments, which were posted on her blog.Angela's writing style and the story of Lucia and Leo were the first things to draw me in. Our friendship came later.

    28. Reading this book reminded me greatly of the FALLEN series by Lauren Kate. (Absolutely loved her series.) I loved, loved, loved Pigments Of My Imagination right up to the ending. And when I say ending, I mean I loved it right up to the last few sentences. I thought it ended abruptly. I feel like I missed something. Still completely worthy of four stars, it was so good.

    29. I lost myself in this book, in its story, in the pages. There were many moments when I felt like I was Lucia, the main character. As she unraveled the mystery of her life, I unraveled with her. Many times I promised myself "just one more chapter" which turned into another and another I can only hope this is the first in a series!

    30. I enjoyed this story very much. Maybe because I love art, passed live stories and my memories of my youth and innocence. A great book to relax with after you have put the kids to bed.e you don't want to be disturbed!

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