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I have loved every second spent with Carrie and Finn. Their relationship was filled with ups and downs, and it was tested to the max on more than one occasion. But, what went down in this book, truly tore me to pieces. It came too close to home, and I felt all the pain and anguish that was poured into every page.
This book was a lot darker than the others. Finn was a complete mess. With one loss after another, I'm not sure how he coped, and I could see why it nearly drove him insane. I hated that his circumstances ripped into his relationship with Carrie, but I held onto hope that love would save them. After all, we've been taught that true love conquers all, so why would it be any different this time.
Aside from being scared for Finn, I was extremely proud of him. He did some stupid things, messed up everything that meant anything to him, but he did it with a good heart, and he was willing to work at it when the right time came. I just prayed that it wasn't too late. He was a good guy in a bad place, but he deserved his happiness, and that meant being with Carrie.
This book was hard-hitting, emotional and will make you cry like a baby. I feel so blessed to have read a book that could move me so completely. It was a spectacular read, that I am sad to see come to an end. However, I'm so glad I'm the type of reader who reads EVERYTHING in a book, otherwise I would have missed the hint that Marie, Hernandez and Riley will all be finding their happiness. I cannot wait!!
Oh the emotions! I'm pretty sure I went through every one possible while reading this book. Out of Mind had tons of ups and downs, as you can probably guess from the synopsis. After being injured in the line of duty, Finn's in a dark place place and he's pushing away the person he loves most in the world. His pain was evident on nearly every page of his chapters. Carrie is trying to help Finn, but preserve herself. She's at a complete loss of what to do. Riley's lurking in the background and I had some strong suspicions about him, but I ended up being pleasantly surprised by him. Carrie's father plays a larger part in this book, and while I had my doubts about him based on some of his words and actions in the previous books, I have to be honest and say that I really liked him in this book.
It was easy to get lost in Carrie and Finn's world during this book. I was completely immersed in their love, confusion and pain. Out of Mind deals with some pretty harsh realities and does it in a way that I found both informative and respectful. It absolutely breaks my heart to think about the number of soldiers who come back from service having seen some of the gruesome realities Finn faced in this story. I can only hope each of them has a support network to help them cope.
Jen McLaughlin is a genius. I have mad love for this series and these characters. Out of Mind is an emotional, tumultuous and absolutely perfect conclusion to a series I have loved since I read the first page of Out of Line.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Carrie would be lying if she said that this Finn standing before her was the same Finn that left on a mission months ago. But that Finn never came home. She is willing to do whatever it takes to make Finn see she loves him more than ever...even the scars...even the nightmares. She just wants him to open up and let her in so she can help take all the pain away. A mission of her own she is not sure she can accomplish.
This book absolutely tore me up and wreaked havoc on my heart and emotions. There were times I was hurting and crying over Finn and the hell he went through, only to turn right back around and loathe his very presence. As a reader you will feel every emotion available: pain, heartbreak, happiness, sadness, anger…everything. McLaughlin did such an amazing job writing this story and getting the emotion behind it out there for us to feel. To believe. To experience.
Undoubtedly my favorite book of the three. It was dark at times but then again, there was hope and light too. The buildup of emotions and story was almost too much at times and I found myself having to step away from the book. A few minutes here and there, just enough to regain some composure. I really believe that McLaughlin nailed the reality of it all and made this absolutely, without a doubt, 100% believable.
Sad now that the series is over, but I finish it with a smile on my face. It ends on a happy note and it ends perfectly. I couldn’t ask for a better ending to a series that has shook my world and made me a fan of McLaughlin’s for life. Whatever she writes I will be there ready to read it.
5 Captivating and Tearful Stars!!
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