Life is Awesome

Life is Awesome Daniel Schroeder wants nothing than to repair his father s broken memories but it s been a long time since he s thought of himself as a memorysmith Even though convincing Big Dan of their current rea

  • Title: Life is Awesome
  • Author: Jordan Castillo Price
  • ISBN: 9781935540724
  • Page: 331
  • Format: ebook
  • Daniel Schroeder wants nothing than to repair his father s broken memories, but it s been a long time since he s thought of himself as a memorysmith Even though convincing Big Dan of their current reality is the most painful task Daniel faces every morning, somehow life manages to prevent him from finding a cure He needs to keep their family business running And heDaniel Schroeder wants nothing than to repair his father s broken memories, but it s been a long time since he s thought of himself as a memorysmith Even though convincing Big Dan of their current reality is the most painful task Daniel faces every morning, somehow life manages to prevent him from finding a cure He needs to keep their family business running And he needs to moonlight at a competitor s shop to keep all his employees paid Or maybe he s just trying to keep himself from exacerbating the situation A year ago, Daniel would have presumed he was clever enough to memorysmith his way out of their predicament, but nowadays he s not so cavalier Playing with people s memories shouldn t be taken lightly, and things can always get worse Even with the help of some of the best minds in the business, Daniel still isn t sure how to navigate his way out of the persistent false memory that s crippled his life Is new programming the answer Better gear More money Or is time the only thing that can heal Big Dan s memories if they can even be fixed at all What Daniel needs most is some breathing room, and Elijah Crowe is eager to provide it Since he s smitten with Daniel, Elijah is determined to prove himself and he s than qualified to clear Daniel s schedule by taking over some duties at Adventuretech With the support of his new boyfriend, possibilities begin to open up for Daniel, hints of things he hasn t even realized he d stopped hoping for the contentment of a harmonious family, the fulfillment of his creative expression, and a chance for a relationship with a man he loves This book completes the Mnevermind Trilogy.

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    1. Jordan Castillo Price

      Author and artist Jordan Castillo Price is the owner of JCP Books LLC Her paranormal thrillers are colored by her time in the midwest, from inner city Chicago, to small town Wisconsin, to liberal Madison.Jordan is best known as the author of the PsyCop series, an unfolding tale of paranormal mystery and suspense starring Victor Bayne, a gay medium who s plagued by ghostly visitations Also check out her new series, Mnevermind, where memories are made client at a time.With her education in fine arts and practical experience as a graphic designer, Jordan set out to create high quality ebooks with lavish cover art, quality editing and gripping content The result is JCP Books, offering stories you ll want to read again and again.


    1. A nice ending to a beautifully written trilogy by the always consistent, Jordan Castillo Price. This book felt so real. If you are going into the final chapter of the Mnevermind books expecting everything to magically work itself out with minimal effort, you are barking up the wrong tree. What impressed me most about the first two books in the Mnevermind trilogy is how natural and real everything felt: The characters felt real, the relationship issues felt real, and the frustrations felt real. T [...]

    2. Review written January 12, 20163 1/2 Stars - A sweet last part to a good and interesting seriesBook #3Life is Awesome is the last book with the lovebirds; Daniel Schroeder and Elijah Crow. The first #1-The Persistence of Memory (3.8 stars) was intriguing and interesting and WOW (happydancing good) I loved the fantastic second book, #2-Forget Me Not (4.8 stars) (my first 5 star this new year). I crosses my fingers these two should find a nice way together and also finally solve some odd problems [...]

    3. The word for this book, oddly enough for a story that is SciFi/Alternate Universe, is realism.If you want every bad guy to be punished, every good guy to win, and every hurt to be healed, this is not the book for you. If you want perfect sex with bodies and minds becoming one in effortless synchrony, this is not the book for you. But if you want real people, fallible, quirky, confused, and doing their best, in an imagined setting that feels detail-by-detail real, then this is a great trilogy.As [...]

    4. Not my favorite of the series, maybe I was expecting something different than the ending.I was totally behind how Elijah and Daniel progressed in their relationship in its awkward pauses and jumps ahead. I enjoyed how Big Dan resolved his issue and how Daniel came to see a different perspective of the whole situation. The shift in Daniel's professional trajectory was a bit of a jolt, but I'm a huge proponent of following your trail and not necessarily the easy to see one right in front of you--s [...]

    5. Re-read May 2017Still awesome------------------------This 3rd installment is once again from Daniel’s POV. I love Daniel. Almost as much as I love Elijah.In this book Daniel, Elijah and Big Dan try to figure out how to help Big Dan with his persistent mnem. There is some Daniel and Elijah time (so sweet). And something happens with Daniel’s business Adventuretech. What I like about JCP writing in this series is that it takes time for things to develop. I really like it when I can just sit ba [...]

    6. 1st things 1st. Thank you so so so much Jordan for a copy of the ARC. I thought I was gonna die waiting till the 25th :). I appreciate that more than you can possibly know. Here's the thing. This series is beyond the scope of anything that you will have read, ( I think) For me anything JCP touches turns to gold. She brings us into these worlds and makes us say hmm and ahhh and what and ok and OMG and shit that was freaking hot. JCP brings her stories to life. She's refreshing, invigorating and h [...]

    7. JCP chose to write this trilogy from two point of views, that of Daniel and that of Elijah by doing so we get to see both their mind frames and so also the lot that is lost in translation when they try to communicate. This loss is a cause of frustration for both and a hurdle they need to overcome if they are to continue. I think JCP chose the right way to show this frustration and then how it is handled, basically a breath at a time, a day at a time and yeah not everything is neatly tied with a [...]

    8. A great ending to this series. No big, over-the-top HEA, but a very believable conclusion to Daniel and Elijah's story. I loved the last chapter and the message behind Simply Happy. Perfection :)

    9. I admit I had mixed feelings when I finished the book. But then I re-read the final chapters the next day, and I felt that was the best way the story could have ended.Even though I knew that would be unrealistic, part of me wanted everything to work out perfectly for Daniel, Elijah, and Big Dan. Because in the first half of the book Daniel had big dreams for the future, and JCP tricked me to believe that would be possible. So when this didn’t happen, initially I kind of felt that Daniel gave u [...]

    10. A nice end to the Mnevermind series.Usually I like my romances to have fairy-tale endings, but I thought that Jordan Castillo Price's decision to go with a more realistic story worked very well here.The learning curve for Daniel and Elijah is a steep one. Elijah's autism does present some challenges for the two, but both of them are obviously trying. When your romantic partner has autism, it can be expected that there will be certain emotional and physical hurdles. However, I think readers will [...]

    11. 4.5 stars for the book5 stars for the series as a whole"Phenomenally satisfying things, but simple, even to the point of being mundane. Those are the experiences that make up the bedrock of a happy life. Not the roller coasters, but the long, easy stretches of road."This is the third book is this trilogy and for it we switch back to Daniel's pov. He continues to struggle with business issues and his guilt from his father's accident. Through it all he and Elijah keep building the layers of their [...]

    12. I pretty much sat down and read the three Mnevermind books back-to-back, I enjoyed them so much I couldn't stop reading when one book was finished. Because I read them all straight off, I'm reviewing them together - I really think anyone interested in these should get all three from the start!These books sum up pretty much everything I love about reading. They are unique, have great characterisation and a fantastic edge of reality - considering the subject matter is not a real thing (yet!).The l [...]

    13. This was disappointing after reading book 2. I thought the first half was a little too similar to book one. By now, we get that Daniel feels guilty over what happened to his father. It took too long to get to the resolution. (view spoiler)[ I also do not believe that Daniel wouldn't have figured out that the machine was the cause of his father's persistent memory. He's too good to have that slip by him, no matter how angry he was at himself. He may not have figured out why it happened, but he wo [...]

    14. This will not be an actual review, I will just put together a few thoughts on the series. What happens every time I read a JCP book is after I finish it, it's like I've spent time with her characters in real life and they are actual people. If a book makes you go and read two more books and articles on the topics discussed in it, that undoubtedly proves how great it is. Mnevermind is perfectly well thought and built. Great characters- I loved Elijah, and at the same time I felt very emotionally [...]

    15. I really liked this series--for its fantastic premise, superb writing, and a whole crew of strong, complex characters. Like other reviewers I was disappointed that there was no wrap-up to Elijah's big concerns, especially since (view spoiler)[the corporate espionage plotline wasn't nearly as satisfying or as original as Elijah's issues with his co-workers, doctor or ex-wife. (hide spoiler)]Still, the ending of the book was just lovely: This is definitely one of those multilayered stories where d [...]

    16. 3.75 starsI love JCP, and I love this series, but this one fell a little flat to me compared to the first two. Book 1 was phenomenal and a new and exciting idea, I loved the interesting MC's and how they interacted. Book 2 was beautiful, giving us an insight to Elijah we never would have had if all three books had been from Daniel's POV. Book 2 also brought up a lot of new issues. Elijah was having difficulties with a co-worker at Memory Forge, developed a trust issue with his long-time psycholo [...]

    17. This book made me so angry! I wanted to punch a certain someone in the face and now I want - no - NEED - a Mnevermind/Leverage crossover to make things right. Let's go steal us a mnem!Okay, now that I got that off my chest, I loved this! It's not quite as good as Forget Me Not, but what can really compare to Elijah's POV? I liked the way the story progressed here. Some things were left (understandably) unresolved, because not everything in life does get resolved. I was bummed though that (view s [...]

    18. I practically inhaled this series reading the 3 books back to back nonstop. I can't help but give them each a five star rating because it's not easy to hold my interest for 3 books in a row with a continuing story like this one. But it was really unique. It doesn't fit easily into a specific genre.There is the mm romance aspect but it's only part of a larger sci-fi element which is subservient to the true analysis of several characters who we get to know intimately. This is a gifted author and I [...]

    19. I don't have much words to say aside the fact that i loved this series. This last installment is a very satisfiying end of the story and i loved how JCP managed to give us a very realistic ending. I guess this story in other hands would have ended way differently, solving all the problems with a cliché. But we know JCP doesn't do clichés and I'm glad because it made the story have a depth worthy of the interesting concept of Mnem in this alternative universe.

    20. Ms. Price is a master at smithing a realistic mnem. I was in this world with Daniel, Elijah, Big Dan and the rest. Totally immersed. It felt real and so comfortable, and I don't want to come out of it. This is the kind of finale that's totally satisfying and right, but leaves you wanting more because you don't want to be done with these people.

    21. “rysmithing is a pretty direct parallel for authorship. If that’s so, I sincerely hope you’ve all enjoyed my Mnevermind mnem." I certainly did and wished I could check my palm for an X. A great trilogy and so well thought out and written. Sorry it had to end.

    22. The perfect ending of the trilogy! Loved everything about it, and so so happy with how it ended! It was everything a fan of the series could hope for!

    23. 4.5 stars!What a wonderfully unique and romantic read this series was!Will be writing a review of the whole series soon!Well, 'soon' turned out to be 4 month later, but here it is. Contains spoilers for books 1 and 2I have so many thoughts about these books and will at least try to express some of them in a coherent manner. Simply put - this MM dystopian/speculative (romantic) fiction, and I'm not using these terms as strictly defined categories but rather as a reflection of what the story felt [...]

    24. I guess “realistic” is the best word to describe the last book in this series:-)(view spoiler)[All the build-ups from the two earlier books were solved in what probably is the most realistic manner. A bit boring I think, since for me, it makes the earlier build-up a bit redundant. Why have these focus points in the story, when it all will be like “real life” anyway? -Daniel’s company actually getting successful and growing was one of the things I hoped for…-Big Dan’s faulty memory [...]

    25. This trilogy is SUCH a great read--totally different and with main characters who are so fascinating and have such tricky challenges to face in order to find some place for love/happiness. This ending novel in the Mnevermind trilogy was a very satisfying coda--without giving anything away, (and really, to outline much of the plot would be to give it away) I will say that some things are resolved that allow Daniel to find some happiness in life. Jonah remains Jonah and I love his character and lo [...]

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