|Posted by Elyse Draper on June 22, 2012 at 10:00 AM|
When the judgment before us carries extreme perceived consequence, yet we still make the choice (whether resulting in action or inaction) -- that is freewill.
Part of Human nature is to make mistakes, and learn from the Consequences. Strangely enough, the result, and the effect one has to cope with following the result, is what leaves behind the strongest impressions. Our being is changed indefinitely; colors of emotions whip, and thus grace or scar our thoughts, marking us as survivors and giving each one of us a unique, and potentially grotesque, beauty.
"Consequences" will fool you into believing that you know where the scars are placed on the characters, that you can watch the affect of this unusual love story ... you might be surprised to find you're wrong, when "Vindication" (the third and final book, in the Freewill Trilogy) comes to play out its scenes.
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