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Justine Jones faces her ultimate enemy: herself.

The Disillusionists Trilogy, Book 3

In an attempt to put her unhappy past behind her, Justine Jones throws herself into nursing school and planning her wedding to Otto Sanchez, the man of her dreams. But something is off. Random details aren’t adding up…and is it her imagination, or are her friends and fiancé keeping secrets from her? And what’s with the strange sense of unease, and her odd new headaches?

Justine tries to stay upbeat as Midcity cowers under martial law, sleepwalking cannibals, and a mysterious rash of paranormal copycat violence, but her search for answers leads her into the most dangerous mind game yet.

With the help of unlikely allies, including her paranoid dad and best frenemy Simon, Justine fights her ultimate foe…and unravels the most startling mystery of all.

Warning: This book contains high-speed rollerblade chases, a mysterious green dashboard ornament, a father of the bride in full hazmat gear and a delicious kebab.

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October 4th, 2013
Loved book 2 and couldn't wait to read this final book in the Disillusionists trilogy -- it didn't disappoint. Lots of suspense, romance, surprise twists and even humour (thinking of Simon's wedding attire!). This series has such a different feel than most of the urban fantasy I've read and I loved it! I really enjoyed the different kind of "magic" in this book, the different abilities of the characters and how they used them and the unique aspect of Otto imprisoning dangerous criminals (in his view) in such creative prisons such as a toll booth, the back of a butcher shop or a restaurant, holding them inside using force fields controlled by his own will. Midcity felt real and had its own personality that really came through in the books, especially the Tangle! I felt Ms. Crane did an incredible job of allowing us into Justine's head so we could really understand her fears and phobias and her emotional growth as the story moved along. It helped the reader recognize how incredible debilitating life must be for people who suffer from things like germ phobias and Hypochondriasis...or even things like risk-taking or depression and negative thinking taken to the extreme. How being free from the weight of such fears or compulsions can feel so liberating. I recently saw that Ms. Crane has come out with two novellas about two of the secondary characters featured in the Disillusionist series -- Simon, one of Justine's closest friends, as well as Sophia, who is a fascinating character with an incredible ability to alter what people think happened, to take away memories and replace them with something of her own "revise" them. I'm looking forward to reading both, which I just purchased as ebooks, and I hope that the author continues to write more stories set in Midcity!
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