Normalcy Is Harder Than It Looks
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Having wrestled with trying to preserve a ‘normal’ last few months of high school, Alex faces an even harder time, as not only does he have to explain to those he loves what his life has become, but he faces several people who seem to hate him as much as his followers adore him. What’s a confused teenage atheist religious figure to do?
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Alex and Cate reflect on everything that’s been occurring to them recently.
Kitty and Chalise finally get the full detail on Alex’s life.
Alex’s two girlfriends have another go at him.
A lot happens at the Jennings household.
Alex tries new treatments in the hospital.
Alex faces trouble again, only his biggest problem isn’t the fight, but with his assistance.
06: Another Good Day
Alex learns a few more things while helping at the hospital again.
Some business decisions and more school antics.
Alex and Cate finally do the nasty!
As the title says, a few new faces and a few new surprises.
10: A Few Side Trip
Alex, Cate and Chalice take a trip to St. Louis.
Alex and friends meet Gail’s friends.
Alex looks for new followers in a new city.
Alex find someone who’s been ‘lost’ for a long time.
Melinda springs a couple of surprises.
A couple of surprises, a dinner with some parents and the little lost sheep finally welcomed home properly.
Alex brings his schoolmates to dinner.
Cate delivers bad news.
Dinner with Chalise’s parents.
Return to St. Louis.
Unsettling things happen in St. Louis.
While Alex expects the worst, something worse happens to him.
While recovering, Alex discusses what happened to him.
Alex returns from the hospital.
The New Orleans reporter tracks Alex to his school, while he’s stuck speechless in his bed at home.
Things start to come together as Alex speaks with both Michelle and Lisa about what’s happening.
Alex’s Prom, but as usual, there are a few complications.
27: The Big Day
Alex waits for the inevitable.
Wrapping up the last remaining details.
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Review by: TerryStephensonJr on Dec. 22, 2013 :
Great story series. I am a voracious reader and have to say that this could be some of the best writing I’ve ever read. Although I had head start reading this one, it was a page turner and I can’t wait to start the next one.
Review by: Ken Englert on Aug. 20, 2013 :
This story just gets better and better. Can’t wait for Book 4.