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Even in book three we don't know this couples childrens names. What's up with that? And- the whole breakup thing- I think it should have been done way better. Still, I liked the story line more than books , so hence the 3 star rating. I absolutely love that this series is continuing on in a way with the children. It keeps everything fresh but still has the old feels of our favorite prior characters.
Bellatrix is the daughter of Dragon and Brenna while Cameron is the original son of the killed member who went crazy. After that he was adopted by Farrah and Casper. From a young age Trix followed Cam around the compound just wanting to be around her favorite person. Cam is six years old than Trix so there was never anything but a friendship for a long time even though Trix realizes she wants more far sooner than Cam.
Slightly following the paths of both Brenna and Farrah their story contains similar twists and turns. This book was great to me. It kept me interested although the falling of certain members almost made me cry I know that everyone cannot live forever. I am excited to read will's book. Jun 30, Deanna rated it it was ok Shelves: All I'm going to say is that this book was just full of disappointments and too many characters.
I really didn't expect to like this book in the series as much as the previous books but I loved it. I don't usually like reading about the second generation or younger couples in a series but again, I loved it. I have been hooked on this series since the first book when Trix was introduced as a child. Cameron and Trix's love story is not an easy one and I have to say I shed tears as I read it. Cameron is so deeply in love with her and tries his best to stand by her as she suffers flashbacks fro I really didn't expect to like this book in the series as much as the previous books but I loved it.
Cameron is so deeply in love with her and tries his best to stand by her as she suffers flashbacks from her younger life. I did get very frustrated with Trix at times and felt that she was really being immature or selfish, but it all came together in the end.
The ending was kind of abrupt and I would have preferred that the epilogue had been centered around Cameron and Trix. Overall, a definite 5 star read for me and I'm looking forward to the next one. View all 4 comments. She couldn't make up her mind what she wanted.
But I loved Cam Who's next??? Jul 20, B. I loved this series ever since book one it has been a re-read for me with the exception of book 3 which was really hard for me to read even though it was written so well and had me hooked it broke my heart and yes we get an amazing ending I'm still pitiful enough to not be able to take all that we were given in book three and handle it well, and yet I still couldn't not finish it. When I saw this book I was really, really, really, excited and a little scared but loving Ms.
Jacquelyn as much as I I loved this series ever since book one it has been a re-read for me with the exception of book 3 which was really hard for me to read even though it was written so well and had me hooked it broke my heart and yes we get an amazing ending I'm still pitiful enough to not be able to take all that we were given in book three and handle it well, and yet I still couldn't not finish it.
Jacquelyn as much as I do I couldn't resist. And all I can say is she blew me away with this book. This book starts really nice, I love backgrounds like we are given in this book, and I loved seeing their past. Add to that who this couple was and I was over the moon reading this book I was hooked and it was just flowing for me.
But as I was reading I was wondering if the conflict that starts the book was the conflict of the book, and this wasn't even a bad thought because I was loving it so much. Then Nicole Jacquelyn started throwing more at us and I was riveted to my site and I started getting more nervous, and then this brilliant author who has created an amazing world I love and characters I adore and feel like I know after so much time getting to know them, yes this amazing author drops a bomb and made me freeze.
I literally had to stop, catch my breathe and re-read what happens because I was sure I had lost my mind for a brief few moments and misread what I read. I was shocked and in tears and bawling like a baby. And yet through it all I couldn't get enough I couldn't stop and stayed up till 2: I can't image how Nicole can come up with this but she is brilliant she amazes me at every turn and then amazes me again.
Cam was an awesome hero he loved Trix since he first met her and as he grew so did his love for her. But what I loved most about Cam besides his love for Trix was his character he knew who he was and he was going to stay true to who he was even when something was thrown his way it didn't turn him into someone else or make him make stupid decision that wasn't him he was Cam and he was a Cam who quickly stole my heart.
Trix was amazing she had a lot to deal with and yes she said things in fear but when you get the whole story you get it and her. She was strong even in her weakness, and I loved her. We also get amazing follow ups to everyone from this series that we already loved.
The only thing that could have made this book any better was if the epilogue had been a little longer but if you know me I always say that. I can't wait for the next book in this series, it can't come fast enough, I so wanted to read the sneak peak she so kindly or so cruelly, depending on how you look at it: I actually read a page and made myself stop because that is something I can't handle when I know I will have only a few pages and then have to wait. Normally I would give a summary of this book but I'm scared to start because I'm not sure I will be able to stop I like this book so much I may just sit here and tell you everything because I liked it so much, I couldn't even start a book today because what can follow after this and stand on its own?
I can't recommend this book enough. Read it, it has everything you could want in a book you will laugh you will smile with glee, and you will cry you little eyes out. I actually woke up with swollen eyes from crying and while I admit I am a little dramatic that still says something to me.
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I can't wait for the next book and the ones to follow this is one series that hasn't slowed or wavered because its written by a brilliant author.
Jul 06, Ali rated it really liked it. Whether you are a fan of MC stories or not, there is something appealing about the stories Jacquelyn tells. There is such a strong sense of family, loyalty and unconditional love in all her books.
And she does it without any truly graphic brutality or gross amounts of whoring.
I'm not saying the Aces' MC is full of clean cut virgins or that they never experience violence. I am saying Jacquelyn tells the story without the need of keeping a vomit bucket next to you the entire time you read it.
You Whether you are a fan of MC stories or not, there is something appealing about the stories Jacquelyn tells.
You'll feel, you'll hate some characters at times, you'll want to punch them, hug them, love them You know? Bellatrix was there at the beginning of the Aces' MC, it seems only fitting that she starts the spin off series.
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I loved her as a little kid, but she's grown into such a fierce woman now. She doesn't take shit from anyone, a trait I regard highly. But underneath that hard exterior lies some traumatic situations that were never dealt with and when things in her life bring them out of dormancy, she could lose all the things she's ever wanted in life.
You may have moments of hating Trix, but stick it out and it all becomes so understandable and well, sad.
I loved how Trix and Cam interacted. Trix is a handful, constantly pushing the boundaries with Cam. Not because she wants to argue, more because she's so terrified to give up any control over her life. Cam, even when he's furious with her, is always there for her.
That's the unconditional love I mentioned earlier, along with the loyalty. He'd never willingly let her fall or fail.
He's not perfect, but damn if he's not an absolutely loveable guy. This is much more than a love story between two people. It's a story of family and suffering, it's tragic and mournful, but heartfelt and sweet too.
Craving Trix was a story I easily fell into, I enjoyed it from start to finish and loved the emotions it evoked. It also cements my admiration for Jacquelyn's writing and I can't wait to see what she brings us next. Jun 29, Kristie Mitchell rated it it was ok. I'm having a hard time rating this book. Honestly, I was looking forward to Cam and Trix's story, mainly because of their rough starts. I want them to win and I want them to win together.
The problem was, I couldn't like Trix.
I of course expected her to be a bit of a tortured soul. I did not expect her to be selfish, thoughtless and cruel. At some points in the book I wanted to punch her in the face. Literally, straight on girl-fight. And even when she started to redeem herself to I'm having a hard time rating this book.
And even when she started to redeem herself to me a bit late late late in the book I couldn't let it go. I felt like the book was a bit disjointed and parts of it just didn't fit together for me in the life of the MC.
The story arc just didn't flow. I felt like we were trying to force it here for the sake of an MC book. I know there had to be some catalyst for change and maybe that was the reasoning behind the story line but for me it didn't work Maybe I expected a lot from this book because I truly did love it's predecessors or maybe it just wasn't as well written as the others. What ever the case, I didn't really enjoy it as I had hoped I would. I have high hopes for the next books in the "Sons" series because I would like to see how the rest of the family turns out.
Undeterred will see what is next for the Aces. Jun 29, Nikki rated it it was amazing. It's not often that I find myself in the position of being drawn to a book's hero more than the heroine. As a matter of fact, that happens So, Cameron Harrison is one of the few and the proud. Maybe it's because he lost so very much, or because even as a child, he was braver than most grown men.
Or perhaps it's because he loved Bea so well and for so long. We got the pleasure of seeing Cam as a little man--cause he was never a boy, let's be real--and now we get to watch as he tames It's not often that I find myself in the position of being drawn to a book's hero more than the heroine. We got the pleasure of seeing Cam as a little man--cause he was never a boy, let's be real--and now we get to watch as he tames the Little Warrior.
When you've got a Daddy like Dragon, your forever guy has some seriously big shoes to fill--and Cam filled them to overflowing. This book has several big booms, some of the not-so-pretty variety and some that will make you Tra La La, but it's chock full of the straighforward, moving dialogue Nicole is known for.
Jun 29, Tracy rated it it was amazing. Where do I start I have to say that Nicole has this unerring ability to emotionally cripple me with her stories. There is so much emotion, believability and beauty in her writing, regardless of the story or the events that unfold I'm hooked pretty much from the get go! Quiet and a large supply of hankies are a must when I sit down to read one of her books. We met our girl way back at the beginning of THE ACES series and have watched her grow up, all the while witnessing her love for and attraction to Cameron.
Bellatrix is a feisty, determined, 'take no crap' kinda gal who in the past has gone through and witnessed some really tough times - though as we discover, more than a little of this has been blocked out, mentally boxed up and tucked away. One absolutely hellish event brings everything spewing out and she has trouble contains and dealing with it all.
It's hard reading about what is really a case of PTSD and seeing the fallout that her memories brings about - it broke my heart to see how fragile and lost Trix seemed to be and how even in the middle of her family how alone she felt. Cam, oh Cameron He's a great guy - by no means perfect, he goes off half cocked at times but it's mostly always with good intentions and, as he sees it, to do his best by Trix - just occasionally I wished he'd think before he re acted or opened his big bloody mouth - but when it comes down to it he has a big heart and is a good man who cares deeply for his family blood and otherwise and those he cares about.
This pair love each other so very much, but given all that is thrown at them, is that gonna be enough?!?! Regardless of the fact that they seem made for each other, does that really mean that they can actually have a life together? One of the things I adore about Ms Jacquelyn's books is the sense of family and belonging that she winds through the story.
Regardless of what happens, the members of the MC have each others back. As time has moved on the family has greatly extended and that feeling of belonging has grown and turned into something bigger, deeper and more encompassing - there's really not much they wouldn't do for each other Great writing that gets better with each book strong, likeable characters add to that, the characters that are unlikeable I do truly hate as they are so well written , believable storylines and, as I've mentioned in previous reviews, the ability to rip your heart out, throw it around some before stomping on it for a bit, only to put it back together again Jun 29, Beth rated it really liked it.
The series I thought was done. Holy Happiness on my site. Read the rest of the series first.
You need the backstories and connections to fully appreciate this one. Trix is the daughter from Book 1. And she is definitely her Pop's daughter. She is full of life and ready to claim that life with the boy she has been in love with her whole life. The only problem Seventeen or not, you see that shit?
Trix knows what she wants. Until she doesn't get it. Time for a new dream. Far away. Cameron, from Book 3, has always taken care of Trix. But he knows in his head she is too young for him. Unfortunately, his heart doesn't agree. He does know that she is off limits. For now. But Trix does grow up. Kissing Cam was like falling into cool water on a hot day. Shocking at first, then it felt so good I didn't want to come up for air. And things between them take the course they were supposed to all along.
Problem is that their lives still revolve around the Club. The Club that has enemies. Trix wants a life of her own. But can she have that and Cam and her family and a career? My Bea is fearless. She doesn't worry about this future because she's too busy kicking ass in the present. This was a good addition to the series. You catch up with all the family.
See the next generation coming of age. There is drama. Lots of drama. Some drama that is too much to speak of. Unfortunately for Cell, he got exactly what he wanted. Garlic Jr. He obtains the Dragon Balls and successfully uses them to wish for immortality, allowing him to utterly dominate the heroes in combat since they can't kill him.
Instead of just killing them like this, Garlic Jr. Of course, the heroes instead knock him into the portal, trapping him forever. At least until an anime filler arc where he escapes Of course Garlic Jr. This is essentially how Frieza was defeated. After surviving the Spirit Bomb, Frieza, instead of just killing the exhausted Goku right then and there, shoots Piccolo and leaves him near-death, blows up Krillin , and then explicitly threatens Gohan's life , all right in front of Goku himself.
He ends up pissing Goku off enough to make him go Super Saiyan for the first time, leading directly to Frieza's undoing. In the anime, he does try to shoot Goku immediately, only for Piccolo to push Goku out of the way , after which Frieza lets his sadism his Fatal Flaw get the better of him. While Cold originally planned for them to just blow up the planet from space and be done with it , Frieza insists on landing and personally killing everyone to make Goku suffer.
Within minutes of landing, they're met with Future Trunks , who slaughters them both effortlessly. When he is restored to life, he spends two months in training until he achieves a form that has power comparable to Goku's. Rather than continue to train in order to master this form and its power, and build up his empire to its former glory, Frieza impatiently rushes to Earth in order to get his revenge.
As a result, his soldiers are decimated and, after going toe to toe with Goku for a while, his new form burns itself out of energy and leaves Frieza vulnerable to another humiliating defeat. Thankfully, when he's revived again at the end of the Tournament of Power arc, he decides to put down the ball and goes off to rebuild his empire.
Both King Piccolo and the current Piccolo flew to the sky and wanted to kill Goku with a dramatic attack. Both times, Goku got the time to prepare the final blow or to escape. Then he won. In the case of King Piccolo, he succeeded in breaking Goku's legs and left arm Cooler, after being reasonably smart in his first outing, grabbed a colossal one and never let go in his second.
In his quest to drain worlds of life, he inexplicably decides to conquer New Namek, a planet with no real resources and only a few dozen people living on it under the protection of the protagonists, and doesn't even make use of its Dragon Balls. He has a giant mechanical space thing that lets him produce hundreds of Meta-Coolers that are individually stronger than the strongest protagonists.
With that in mind, he spends most of the runtime instead utilizing much weaker robots so that the other characters can have something to fight, and initially sends in just one Meta-Cooler that Goku and Vegeta manage to take down. After his Meta-Coolers have thrashed the protagonists, he decides to take them to right in front of his vulnerable core, and tries to drain their power despite the fact that they're weaker than he is and somehow, they still manage to overload him.
By the end, he decides to rub his seeming victory in Goku's face by showing him Pan while he's apparently beaten before killing him; as it turns out, Goku was just pulling off a Wounded Gazelle Gambit and saves Pan before blowing Naturon away. The antagonists of Ookami Kakushi have a tendency to incapacitate their victims in a manner that would guarantee death within minutes, then leave them alive long enough to warn someone else of their plans.
Ironically, it's what one, Sakaki, does to the other, Kasai. Afterwards, it is now Sakaki's turn to carry the Villain Ball around like a child carries a lollipop. From the aforementioned leaving his victim alive long enough to warn someone of his plan, to leaving the control station unguarded right after doing what he came to do, to his sudden inability to shoot anyone while also gaining the ability to rant and rave and just stand there The Devil Is a Part-Timer!
Especially idiotic since, as a Fallen Angel and a demon himself, Lucifer knew that the fear generated by the people on Earth is the source of both his and Maou's powers. Byaku at the end of the Kekkaishi anime. Yoshimori had willingly come to the Kokoboro and was demanding they bring him Kaguro. Byaku had never shown any particular loyalty to his lieutenants thus far, and had particular reason not to be attached to Kaguro.
But instead of trying to make a deal with Yoshimori, he orders Shion to try to break Yoshimori's spirit and weaken his powers. Durandal later exposes Blue Cosmos attack and the rest of their crimes to the world, which made the nations of the Earth to turn against and turning the war to Durandals favor. Code Geass 's Lelouch tends to juggle a lot of balls. As a result, every once in a while, he grabs his villain ball and behaves in an excessively evil manner.
In the last arc of the series, Lelouch makes himself look a like a villain and kidnaps the heads of the UFN. In truth, this is to use himself as a human shield, while everyone tries to fight him.
The real point is to convince the actual villain, Schneizel, to grab his own villain ball, help out the people trying to kill Lelouch, and fire his super-weapons at the battlefield. What this does is open a big hole in his invincible, space-worthy, battlefortress. If he didn't do that, he would have been able to move into orbit, well outside of the reach of anyone else, able to bombard the world at will, which was his goal all along. He changes it just to get a shot against Lelouch, which, as you can guess, resulted in Lelouch's forces developing a countermeasure, boarding the battlecruiser, taking control of it, and capturing Schneizel.
InuYasha : When he has Inuyasha on the ropes thanks to his impenetrable Deflector Shield , Taigokumaru proceeds to gloat to Shiori, the one powering said shield, about how he killed her father , which gives Shiori the incentive she needs to expel him from the barrier and leave him open to Inuyasha's attacks.
Hakudoshi picks up the ball when he decides to brag to Inuyasha and co. As a result, Naraku disables his barrier and recalls the Saimyosho, giving Miroku free rein to suck Hakudoshi into the Wind Tunnel. Naraku himself is prone to this despite being a Manipulative Bastard. During Sango's introduction, he dupes her into thinking that Inuyasha had attacked her village and slaughtered everyone in order to get her to fight him to the death.
It almost worked However, she is easily tricked into jumping out of the water after Inner Moka and losing her advantage; thus, Moka K.
In Mahou Sensei Negima! Negi's group didn't even notice, nor did any of his allies, even Jack Rakan. At this point, Fate had everything he needed to accomplish his goal of destroying the Magic World and taking all of its inhabitants to an inescapable dream world but apparently "winning" isn't enough, so he attacked the Governor's Ball where Negi was currently embroiled with an apparent new enemy, Kurt Godel.
Though he does successfully eliminate Jack Rakan and a couple minor allies he completely reveals his hand in the process, including blowing the secret that Asuna was captured long ago and used to power a series of potent artifacts.
If his group hadn't felt the need to pick a pointless fight, they would have won before anyone even noticed them. In fact, he agrees so much that he would much rather take his time as a participant in the first portion of the exam separating the wheat from the chaff rather than actually passing the test, which he could easily do as he'd already incapacitated several rival students beforehand.
Between this and his arrogance making him underestimate his opponents from U. This downloads Kayaba's Virtual Ghost time to save Kirito and grant him admin privileges, leading to the Pain Absorber being used against Sugou himself and Sugou being chopped up and left with permanent injuries IRL. Though Sugou had no way of foreseeing Kayaba's intervention, deciding to torment Kirito before killing him was still a stupid move.
And because the clone felt the need to gloat prior to sealing Supergirl in. Sonic the Comic : During the "Robotnik Reigns Supreme" arc, Robotnik has drained enough power from the Chaos Emeralds to become a Reality Warper , and has used his powers to alter history so that Sonic never existed and Robotnik himself is the uncontested ruler of Mobius. Near the end, he's gotten Sonic Brought Down to Normal and pitted against an evil version of Knuckles, only for Sonic to exploit his ego and manipulate him into giving Sonic back his Super Speed and restoring Knuckles' memories of the original timeline, pointing out that even with Sonic powerless, Robotnik never would have brought forth an evil Knuckles unless he was still scared of losing.
As soon as he does so, Sonic and Knuckles use the Grey Emerald to siphon the Chaos Energy out of Robotnik and turn the world back to normal.
Batman '66 : Lampshaded by King Tut when he leaves Batman and Robin buried alive and they explain how they escaped. King Tut: Why don't I ever simply stay and watch you die? I'm just too decent! Fanfic Mortality Smith is prone to this. Murders his step-nephew out of greed, captures Holmes, tortures him to death and gloats over him. Watson seriously doesn't take too well to this.
It ends badly for the knucklehead. You'd think he'd be smart enough not to capture the guy and vice versa. He does so, which leads to him being killed in cold blood. Also, the captured criminal. You'd think he'd be smart enough to REVEAL Holmes's whereabouts instead of not doing so and begging for remorse after playing a part in it. In the Jackie Chan Adventures fic Queen of All Oni , after Jade becomes evil once more, she juggles the Villain Ball by sometimes gloating and overestimating her own abilities, but she ALSO attempts to learn from both her own mistakes and the mistakes of previous Big Bads , like not going for a plot to Take Over the World , remembering how Shendu and siblings got sealed away, and having a special prison constructed to contain the good guys if they are captured.
In this comic it was actually her intention to carry the Villain Ball and make mistakes which lead to her defeat: Her entire scam consists of showing up, almost conquering a nation, letting her subjects feed in the meantime, and then being "defeated and chased off" to save her the headache of actually running said nation. Lather, rinse, repeat. Only this time, she's a little too successful Rosario Vampire: Brightest Darkness : In Act I chapter 13, Ghaldin has Moka restrained and is about to finish her off, only for Astreal to take advantage of his distraction to destroy the bracelet he had used to control her and her sister Apoch.
The minute he realizes this, Ghaldin tosses Moka aside and goes to kill Apoch and Astreal in a rage In Act I chapter 30, Rarosun and Surason have Dark and Rason tricked into thinking that they molested the other's respective girlfriends, and have Mizore and Kurumu restrained and are making them watch the fight. However, the two get tired of waiting and decide to morph into Mizore and Kurumu and give the boys the final push to kill each other; instead, Dark and Rason see through their disguises , promptly kill the Kiyo brothers, and subsequently realize they were duped.
By increasing its knowledge, the soul can become one with the ultimate idea of the universe, the idea of all ideas. He proceeded to create different disciplines to study different kinds of knowledge. Hellenistic philosophy placed more emphasis on happiness of the individual, while Hellenistic religion placed more emphasis on salvation of the individual.
Cynics, who thought that knowledge is impossible, saw attachment to material things as the root problem, and advocated a return to nature.
Skeptics, who agreed that knowledge is impossible, thought that the search for knowledge causes angst, and therefore one should avoid having beliefs of any sort. Epicureans had a material view of the world: the universe is a machine and humans have no special status. Epicureans claimed that superstitions and fear of death cause angst. Stoics viewed the entire universe as a manifestation of god and happiness as surrendering the self to the divine order of the cosmos, as living in harmony with nature.
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Humans used knowledge to reach different conclusions about these themes. The Egyptians were obsessed with the afterlife, with immortality originally granted only to the pharaoh but eventually extended to everybody via the mysteries of Osiris, the first major ritual about the resurrection.
The other great theme of knowledge was the universe: what is the structure of the world that we live in? Neither the Indian nor the Greek philosophers could provide credible answers. They could only speculate. The Romans, ever the practical people, made a quantum leap in construction: from aqueducts to public baths, from villas to amphitheaters.
At the same time, they too created a new level of unification: the unification of the Mediterranean world. The intellectual orgy of Greek philosophy opened the Western mind. The Islamic philosophers felt the need to reconcile Islam and Greek philosophy.
The two who exerted the strongest influence on the West, Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina Avicenna and Abu al-Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Rushd Averroes, achieved such a momentous unification of religion and philosophy by envisioning the universe as a series of emanations from Allah, from the first intelligence to the intelligence of humans. This allowed them to claim that there is only one truth that appears like two truths: religion for the uneducated masses and philosophy for the educated elite.
But there is no conflict between reason and revelation: ultimately, they both reach the same conclusions about the existence of Allah. The sufists, best represented by Ibn Arabi, added an almost Buddhist element: human consciousness is a mirror of the universal, eternal, infinite consciousness of Allah.
Allah reveals himself to himself through human consciousness. The Sufi wants to achieve a state of participation in the act of self- revelation. The human condition is one of longing, of both joy for having experienced the divine and sorrow for having lost the divine. The obliteration of culture was such that, eventually, Europe had to relearn its philosophy, science, and mathematics from the Arabs.
Venice alone remained a sea-trading power, and, de facto, the only economic link between Holy and Eastern Roman Empires.My newest novel released on May 22, two days later my wife and I had our fourth child. What I didn't like - geez, pull up a seat!
I have to say that the way Trix handled herself during the book I wanted nothing more than to have Cam walk away, but then I realized what she was going through. As shown by Figure 1. Venice alone remained a sea-trading power, and, de facto, the only economic link between Holy and Eastern Roman Empires. More generally, it suggests that the world, rather than being a collection of isolated particles pushing each other around, is more like an intricate web of subtle interconnections.
Aladdin's entire world revolved around basically keeping fed with dreams of one day being rich. In Navajo myth, Coyote created the Milky Way by throwing a bag up into the air. Mathematics also lost some of its appeal:
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