Go on you disbelievers cook up some fresh LIFE from your primordial pile of crap. With Avery nursing the biggest crush on Mason back then, and him being an insensitive teenager, it didn't end well, and Avery knows better than to fall for his charms again - especially now that her 5-year-old son is in the picture. What is birth and what is death.
Dec 6, 2011. Tragedy strikes and once again Mason notices that there is more to life as well as Avery does. That's what I'm feeling right now. The way he was with Avery, Ray, Max and even his mother. She is lightness and a constant source of support in all things.
He would like to know how gravity and other natural laws of the universe came to be. Sheer joy was all I felt when I finished this book. This story is a light read, heart warming, and even a little steamy.
Ginger can write those simple acts in a way that will make you swoon like a teenager. Literally the first thing I thought after finishing the book.
Not just all that tempting stuff that's up in the clouds. Both knew each other in high school, but Mason begins to fall hard for Avery now that he has returned home. The physics of life comes broken down to understanding perfect gravity and the control of this gravity to bring to perfection, the many created forms we know as objects of land, sea, and many other forms; including the very nature of man and woman.
Science does not work that way. We will never get bored and will always be amazed at how great our God is.
Anyone, a great read. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a story about family, community and second chances. He designed the laws of physics and they perfectly work. She cares so much for her son,he is her priority!!! I'm completely locked to Mason, his eyes squared to mine, and he's the only thing I see. What nerve this silly little narcissist has.
Teleios makes a clear definition of the true origins of life itself by accepting all the good with the bad; as too be considered perfect does apply to every physics law to date and yet unveiled to the human condition of the world, as we know it today still seems a mystery. She is living with her dad, Ray, working at night, going to school part-time, all while carrying for her child.
Well guess what? That quirky anti entropic state that surrounds us yet goes entirely unexplained. His POV came with a tinge of humor that had me smiling every time. A book that shows life can be tough, but wonderful in equal measure.