A Mathematical State of Grace: Finale: Fusion PDF/EPUB

A Mathematical State of Grace: Finale: Fusion PDF/EPUB


A Mathematical State of Grace: Finale: Fusion [EPUB] ✿ A Mathematical State of Grace: Finale: Fusion ❄ Cathy McGough – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk A single chance A single opportunityCathy McGough s A Mathematical State of Grace Book was the beginning of a two part dystopian novel which centred upon the lives of two characters Grace Greenway an A single chance State of PDF È A single opportunityCathy McGough s A Mathematical State of Grace Bookwas the beginning of a two part dystopian novel which centred upon the lives of two characters Grace Greenway and Vincente Marino and their struggle to exist in a world filled with chaosAs Grace begins her journey back, Vincente is now lost to her changed In fact for Grace, the entire world has been altered again While she attempts to discover what went wrong and why she is forced to choose between healing the world and healing herself Can she do A Mathematical ePUB ↠ both A Mind Shifting read for Teens Adults Alike.

  • Paperback
  • 186 pages
  • A Mathematical State of Grace: Finale: Fusion
  • Cathy McGough
  • English
  • 11 June 2019

About the Author: Cathy McGough

Cathy McGough lives State of PDF È and writes in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, with her husband, son and two cats.



10 thoughts on “A Mathematical State of Grace: Finale: Fusion

  1. Lucretia Lucretia says:

    Grace is a different kind of heroine, and this is a different kind of YA dystopian tale At first glance Grace is rather unremarkable, aside from being a math prodigy, which did impress me, since math is not one of my strengths Initially there can be no doubt about how she feels about Vincente, a typical jock type character, who does become someone I really care for.After an accident caused by Vincente where Grace is badly hurt, life threateningly so, it starts to become apparent that things mi Grace is a different kind of heroine, and this is a different kind of YA dystopian tale At first glance Grace is rather unremarkable, aside from being a math prodigy, which did impress me, since math is not one of my strengths Initially there can be no doubt about how she feels about Vincente, a typical jock type character, who does become someone I really care for.After an accident caused by Vincente where Grace is badly hurt, life threateningly so, it starts to become apparent that things might not be what they seem at a surface glance There were a lot of things to ponder as the story progressed, I m still curious about some of them that I assume will be touched on in later parts Aside from Grace and Vincente s awesome adventures, there were parts with Grace s mother that really touched my heart I enjoyed the layered aspects of this story and think fans of dystopian fiction will find this unique tale a joy to read

  2. Misha Almira Misha Almira says:

    With thundering ocean waves crashing over her, 16 year old newlywed Grace Greenway desperately clings to the rescuing arms of her husband, Vincente Marino, as the fantasy world she has been living in attempts to swallow her Greenway has no awareness of the urgency swirling in the background of her real life at the hands of skilled surgeons who are desperately trying to save her life.Her most recent memory was standing in front of an odd painting at the childhood home of her husband, Vincente M With thundering ocean waves crashing over her, 16 year old newlywed Grace Greenway desperately clings to the rescuing arms of her husband, Vincente Marino, as the fantasy world she has been living in attempts to swallow her Greenway has no awareness of the urgency swirling in the background of her real life at the hands of skilled surgeons who are desperately trying to save her life.Her most recent memory was standing in front of an odd painting at the childhood home of her husband, Vincente Marino, with the allure of a special painting swirling and bending her mind The same artwork that plagued Vincente s memories and nightmares when he was a child The couple was intending to leave the painting and their pasts behind to begin a new life together as husband and wife but then the blood clots in her brain of some distant universe were about to counterbalance that optimism.Author Cathy McGough follows Grace Greenway s medical and emotional progress on a journey that follows two paths one which puts Greenway and Marino in a fog of marital bliss, and one which puts young Grace on a tightrope between life and death where Marino hardly gives her a second thought In The Mathematical State of Grace Finale Fusion, McGough exposes the bare nerves of emotion that connect these diverse universes as Grace and those around her try to make sense of the surreal.Marino was just trying to be of some help in Grace s recovery and to ease his own sense of guilt for landing her in the hospital after hitting her with a cricket ball But then something began to change when she kissed him How did she know about the Aboriginal man The painting He tried to convince himself she was not his type, yet he felt compelled to be with her He barely knew her outside of the math tutoring she provided him, so when the doctor reveals him to be the father of Grace s unborn child, a melding of realities begins to take place.McGough challenges the senses in this romance that transcends time and space Grace is in the center of understanding that everything in life is connected We merely need to open our eyes to the patterns and circular nature of the universe to see this for ourselves A mind opening read for those who perceive there is something greater that binds us all

  3. Jan Harvey Jan Harvey says:

    A geeky girl a sporty boy thrown into the chaotic world of strange wind s tree s and earthquakes, faced with being the only living being s left in the world A story of survival and young love which has the reader pouring through the pages with baited breath.Not what I expected when I started to read and I loved the way it took me on a journey of surprising encounters.This book will not disappoint its an excellent read, looking forward to the sequel which follows.Cathy McGough does it againth A geeky girl a sporty boy thrown into the chaotic world of strange wind s tree s and earthquakes, faced with being the only living being s left in the world A story of survival and young love which has the reader pouring through the pages with baited breath.Not what I expected when I started to read and I loved the way it took me on a journey of surprising encounters.This book will not disappoint its an excellent read, looking forward to the sequel which follows.Cathy McGough does it againthis second book blew me away, Grace is in two world s without realising it Her reality, is it the blood clots which threatened her life or is it the marriage to the boy she lovesThis book makes you wonder if there are other realities and if so which is the real one.Grace s mother, Vincent and the doctors are thrown by the possibility of Grace s possible truth, the author has the reader right where she wants you in a mathematical state of wonderI thought this was an excellent read

  4. Yvonne Davies Yvonne Davies says:

    This book is about Grace, a 16 year old maths genius After a freak accident she end up unconscious and creates an alternative world with the only living beings are her and her schoolboy crush Vincente The first part of this book concentrates on the alternative world and will take on you on a journey through friendship, love and trust The second part of the book is around her time in hospital Although I found it a bit slow to start, the story did keep my interest and there were times in the b This book is about Grace, a 16 year old maths genius After a freak accident she end up unconscious and creates an alternative world with the only living beings are her and her schoolboy crush Vincente The first part of this book concentrates on the alternative world and will take on you on a journey through friendship, love and trust The second part of the book is around her time in hospital Although I found it a bit slow to start, the story did keep my interest and there were times in the book that I didn t want to stop reading but had to, due to real life The characters at the start of the book were your typical geek and jock but as the story progressed they break all their stereotypes The ending of the book was a nice twist and left you doubting yourself You will not be able to place this book in any one genre This story has a touch of horror, suspense and at times a dystopian element.This book is a well written story and I really enjoyed reading it, I will look out forof this author

  5. Big Book Theory Big Book Theory says:

    I have read Book 1 which left me with a lot of unanswered questions, and I am happy all my questions are answered in this, the 2nd book In the first book I wondered where all the people had gone, but you realize very soon where they ve been no spoilers Grace suffers from a serious medical condition and Vincente s reaction to the situation is very believable Her mother, Helen s reactions are also believable and I am sure I would have reacted in the exact same way as she did to the sudden r I have read Book 1 which left me with a lot of unanswered questions, and I am happy all my questions are answered in this, the 2nd book In the first book I wondered where all the people had gone, but you realize very soon where they ve been no spoilers Grace suffers from a serious medical condition and Vincente s reaction to the situation is very believable Her mother, Helen s reactions are also believable and I am sure I would have reacted in the exact same way as she did to the sudden revelation that my sixteen year old daughter believes she is married I absolutely love how the ending of this story ties everything together from the Olive tree in the painting, the random girl they almost crashed into in book 1 and how everything is a golden mean divine proportion to everything else and that everything is connected

  6. Richard Richard says:

    Superior YA novel that throws together Grace, a geeky but lovable sixteen year old girl and Vincente a handsome, sporty lad At first their relationship seems based on Vincente copying Grace s maths homework she s got a genius for the subject but things take a dystopian turn when humanity is decimated as its struck by catastrophe the two teens are thrown together and must make sense of events, and survive, using brain, wit and bravery Excellent writing and a cracking plot keep this novel mov Superior YA novel that throws together Grace, a geeky but lovable sixteen year old girl and Vincente a handsome, sporty lad At first their relationship seems based on Vincente copying Grace s maths homework she s got a genius for the subject but things take a dystopian turn when humanity is decimated as its struck by catastrophe the two teens are thrown together and must make sense of events, and survive, using brain, wit and bravery Excellent writing and a cracking plot keep this novel moving along at a superb pace, and the events that unfold during the books course are fantastical but never lacking in credibility, I d also say the same for the characters as you grow to firmly like them and really hope that every turns out well for them.Great book and highly recommended

  7. A.L. Wright A.L. Wright says:

    A Mathematical State of Grace is a story of a hopeful young girl in love with a guy who rarely ever looks her way Unless he needs her help with math homework But Grace doesn t mind helping him, and she is convinced that someday the universe will push them together and he will love her as much as she loves him.There are a lot of twists and turns in this book, overshadowed by loss of memory and rediscovering oneself in a whole new world But it doesn t stop there The author has destinies in min A Mathematical State of Grace is a story of a hopeful young girl in love with a guy who rarely ever looks her way Unless he needs her help with math homework But Grace doesn t mind helping him, and she is convinced that someday the universe will push them together and he will love her as much as she loves him.There are a lot of twists and turns in this book, overshadowed by loss of memory and rediscovering oneself in a whole new world But it doesn t stop there The author has destinies in mind for these young people, and the reader may never see it coming.I m not much of a reader of YA, but this was fun to read Looking forward to reading the next

  8. Glennis Browne Glennis Browne says:

    Quite a journey for the mind Exploring reality and that other state.I must admit, I skimmed this book Noted the stages it went through, and the eventual conclusion Perhaps it isn t my genre Despite my comment above, it is well written, as the author skilfully brought her story alive Probably written for a younger reader than this grandmother Maybe for those who enjoy escaping into a world within ones mind, where anything is possible.

  9. Candice Candice says:

    This book was a mind trip to me It pulls you in and makes you believe something Only for it to flip you on your head to believe something else Very catchy Had my emotions all over the place Glad I read it

  10. Jolene Huber Jolene Huber says:

    This is not my typical read That being said I absolutely loved this book I would recommend it to anyone The twists and turns in this book are very cool I can usually see what is coming in this book I couldn t and loved it I wonder what happens next for our characters

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