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Out of Time (The Nine Minutes Trilogy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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At times I found some of the NNG (No Name Group) premise stretched my sense of what could be believable, but what IS believable about a group like that? This is what fiction is about, suspending belief in what you know for what could be. I found that believing Grizz could be allowed to live, at any point with his suspected knowledge and the cards he held, was not so difficult. Maybe because I wanted so much for him to have an HEA. For a man with as much ego and arrogance as he came to possess, to be allowed to live as if he was considered no longer significant is what I think Beth Flynn was conveying, that would be the ultimate insult. That he ran out of time in his high stakes game with them is the central premise to this installment in the trilogy. But, so MUCH detail and foreshadowing and backstory woven in, along with the treasure of Grunt/Tommy's relationship with Ginny was wonderful to consume. I was impressed with how cohesively Beth managed the varying POV's in this book. It was a bit dizzying at times as I was very invested in each character and I'd have to pull myself out of one to move in a new chapter to another, but it wasn't hard to do. I think it may have made it a little more difficult to stay emotionally connected at times, if you didn't allow for that, and that may make it more difficult for some readers to feel invested in the story overall. I didn't have that issue and loved every grueling minute of it.
I know one thing for sure, although I can go straight to book 3, I really don't want this trilogy to end. I NEED these characters to find resolution and happiness and I also don't want my window into their lives to close. Love what Beth Flynn has done with this trilogy!!!
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I guess you can tell I love this series.