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    5 Hearts reviewed by Gigi First of all, this book is awesome, but it is book three in a trilogy and you really need to read these babies in order! So if you have not cracked open The Persistence of Memory and Forget Me Not, stop reading my review and go download those books, pronto! I will never forgive you if you don’t. On to the good stuff….Elijah is back, the elusive, brilliant, challenged, brave, mysterious minded Elijah. Daniel is taking things slowly, patiently, and with as much understanding as he can with the budding friendship and relationship between himself and Elijah. While trying to figure out their relationship, Daniel has to face a struggling family business, and to help make ends meet, he’s taken on shifts for a competing Mnem business. The stresses of caring for his dad and caring for the business seems too much, but Elijah steps up, and steps in to help out at Adventuretech, taking on clients and shifts, helping with repairs and helping figure out a way to take some of the burden of caring for Big D off of Daniels back. Really, his ideas are brilliant, and very similar to ways loved ones help cope with caring for adults with dementia or Alzheimer’s. I don’t want to give too many events away, so I’ll just go on to praise the writing in general. The entire Mnevermind trilogy is a favorite of mine because I have to sink my mental fangs into it and suck out all the subtleties, digest the language at times, and let the writing stimulate my imagination. JCP wrote this story much in the way her character Daniel writes his Mnem programs, providing just enough details, stacking the pixels, enough to give me the very strong bones of a great story that I can use my own creativity to fill in details, to bend the world of Mnevermind’s characters to fit my imagination. Elijah, I need to get back to his character. Did I mention brave in my description? Because he is the bravest character I have read in a long while. Elijah is constantly pushed outside his comfort zone, he battles the social discomfort his autism creates, he struggles with accepting his gay sexual identity, he pushed his boundaries in small things, his choice of dress, to big things, taking initiative and responsibility at Adventure tech and in helping Big D cope with his memory problems. He’s becoming so much more brave and stronger than his past, then Elijah even has the courage to push Daniel beyond his fears. In the past and in this book, the sexual relationship between Elijah and Daniel suffered from Elijah’s anxiety and Daniel’s fears of hurting him. Yet Elijah wants to move forward, everything from researching online porn, to trying to verbally communicate with Daniel what he wants, and trying again, even after failure. I like that all is not resolved with his sexual issues, but left in a very good place, with love, and understanding, and courage to move forward while accepting that what they have now is good, in fact awesome. Mnevermind is brainy stuff, not going to deny it, but I love to be challenged, and I dislike being underestimated. Now that the trilogy is complete I will re-read them back to back, so that I can pull more details, maybe fully see the themes that run throughout in a new perspective and enjoy them all again. Courage to face change, to face fears, to accept failure, to find an alternative outcome is for me, what Life Is Awesome, is all about. It’s a beautiful book, an intellectually stimulating and creatively brilliant series. Please support this amazing independent author, and download this series today. You will not be disappointed!
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