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"Hey baby I think I wanna marry you" :P It was a nice conclusion to this series. The best Vindicated Author Keary Taylor is a Ebook With the pain of the past behind them, Jessica and Alex are ready to move on with their lives But moving on is hard when it involves reconnecting with the family who wanted to send Jessica to an institution And living life isn t easy when someone who doesn t belong is watching her, threatening her life, determined to take Jessica back to the afterlife she should have joiWith the pain of the past behind them, Jessica and Alex are ready to move on with their lives But moving on is hard when it involves reconnecting with the family who wanted to send Jessica to an institution And living life isn t easy when someone who doesn t belong is watching her, threatening her life, determined to take Jessica back to the afterlife she should have joined months ago.And every day becomes a little harder for Alex Time is ticking and if it runs out, Alex won t be returning to the world of the living It all boils down to Cole s final words to Jessica What are you willing to do to save him The answer to keeping Alex lies in Jessica returning to the place he saved her from.. Keary Taylor is the USA TODAY bestselling author of over a dozen novels She grew up along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where she started creating imaginary worlds and daring characters who always fell in love She now splits her time between a tiny island in the Pacific Northwest and Utah, with her husband and their two children She continues to have an overactive imagination that frequently keeps her up at night.Please Note Keary does not check very often, so the best way to get in contact is directly through email me kearytaylor.. Good Books Vindicated I hate this series almost too much to joke about. Almost.Spoilers from books 1 & 2.I am pleased that my first book series of the year has taken the initiative and already found me my most unlikable protagonist of 2016. Because I really, *really* genuinely hope that I never read another series where I am stuck in the head of such an unlikable creature. In the first book Jessica was pretty sympathetic, what with not being able to sleep without literal torture. Then came the second book and every shred of sympathy or likability was stripped away at lightning speed as she spent the entire book moaning about not getting married. Like this man literally saves your life at the cost of his own and your response is "waaaaah I know you're dead and not permanent on Earth but marry me or I'm going to pick fights constantly and emotionally shut down". Way to repay his sacrifice. And speaking of Alex... I spent the first book expecting him to be an angel because of how inhumanly perfect he seemed. Nope. Nothing supernatural about him, he's just an average guy willing to go to insane lengths to keep someone he barely knows happy. Because proposing to someone you've known a month and a half is certainly a good idea. I mean it's not like marriage is meant to be a lifetime commitment over which you will mature and grow and change into different people and it's almost impossible to know if someone will be compatible for that in barely more time than you get as a free trial for World of Warcraft.So our characters are unlikable and too inhuman to relate to. Is the world building good? Eeeeh. It's an interesting idea, the whole angel judgment thing, except that it falls apart if you think too hard about it. What do the angels base their code of morals on? There is no God present and in the bible it is only God who can judge so we must assume that this is removed from Christianity. So then why are their weird rules against things like prostitution? Who gets to decide what is morally good and bad? Which leads me to my biggest problem with this series...This series hit my rage button. And by "hit" I really mean "played a drum solo on it". Let's talk about suicide and mental illness. This series (and by proxy I must assume author) makes it abundantly clear that they consider committing suicide to be a guaranteed trip to hell. In response I'd like to tell the author to go fuck herself. This is compounded by the fact that the protagonist views being sent to a mental institute as the worst conceivable crime a mother could commit to her child. Allow me to add some context. Imagine you are a mother. At age 5 your daughter nearly dies from a sickness and shortly after begins having nightmares every night in which she says angels are judging and condemning her over and over. Over the course of 11 years you try many things to help your child but at age 16 she is still having the nightmares and has largely stopped sleeping. In a desperate attempt to do anything to help your child you decide maybe sending her to a place where she can get 24 hour treatment from professionals is a good idea. Your child's response is to run away and refuse any contact with you ever again. Also inside the universe everyone agrees with the protagonist and no one tries to defend the sanity of the mother's choice. Yeah that's totally relatable. /s This book is (possibly unintentionally) very opinionated about mental health and always in the worst ways. Being "crazy" is the absolute worst thing possible and a terrible insult, unless of course you're the main character judging the old woman she cares for. So yeah, to keep the rest of this rant short, the series was bad but the disgusting views on mental health pushed it into irredeemable territory.Oh and the ending was a bullshit cop out. Just sayin'.
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