Free Souls (Mindjack Trilogy, #3)
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Free Souls (Mindjack Trilogy #3)

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When your mind is a weapon, freedom comes at a price.

The final installment of the Mindjack Trilogy is here!

Four months have passed since Kira left home to join Julian’s Jacker Freedom Alliance, but the hole in her heart still whistles empty where her boyfriend Raf used to be. She fills it with weapons training, JFA patrols, and an obsessive hunt for FBI agent Kestrel, ign...more
Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 319 pages
Published December 14th 2012
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Sher A. Hart
Susan did it again. Free Souls was WOW! I expected Kira to step up to her role as heroine but not like this. Even though I'm good at guessing, few events turned out anywhere near how I thought they would. The closest I came to a prediction was the romance that started early on and a pattern of setbacks building to the middle crises. Throughout the book, serious action and plot twists kept me riveted. Surprises kept coming until the very end which tied up more loose ends than I knew existed. Whew...more
So excited for the release!
I'm not usually "team secondary romantic male interest", and have never really understood it. But, so help me, if Raf makes a miraculous recovery and Julian gets pushed aside I might loose it! ;)
Kelsey Ketch
Though this was a good conclusion to the series, I wasn’t as happy with Free Souls as I was with Open Minds and Closed Hearts. It was slower in pace and really only focused on Kira. She was basically acting alone in everything she did. She was too independent. Almost to the point where she shut everyone out most of the time. And though I know she was burned in the previous novels, I think it would have been more intriguing if she had a true partner in Free Souls to work with. Maybe even someone...more
Such a well written series! I think Kira is a fantastic character and I absolutely love Julian and Sasha. Definitely recommend reading all three books and novellas.
Cheryl Duval
There is some serious action going on in this, the last book of the Mindjack Trilogy. Things have gone from bad to worse for Kira and all mindjackers. The government wants every mindjacker locked up and the general population of mindreaders agrees. The government doesn't look at mindjackers as people, they only see them as a threat. Kira is more unsure of herself and her decisions and she struggles with what needs to be done. There are many, many twists in this book that I never saw coming. The...more
Zoe and the Edge

There are few authors that can get me as angry as Miss Quinn.
The only reason I read this was because I wanted to know how things went down with Julian. And because Ms. Quinn writes good kisses.
Kira continues to find new skills including public speaking. Who would’ve thought? She gets manhandled into the PR side of the revolution because Julian suddenly gets all overprotective of her. It’s a bit cruel on the others because Julian loves Kira the newbie and she’s such a troubl...more
I really enjoyed the first two books in this series and I still don't get why I waited so long to start the third book. It might have somethign to do with the ending of the second book and it might have something to do with having so many books to read that sometimes I just forget about some of them. So I was in this weird reading mood, I wanted to read, but I wanted to make sure it was a book I would enjoy. And then I rememberede this unfinished series and I decided to finally read Free Souls.

Wa-hoo! The final installment of the Mindjack Trilogy! I've been loving this series and I'm so happy that Susan allowed me to read and review Free Souls for her. She has done a remarkable job with these books. I just love them. Oh. Have I said that already?

This series has all the great elements that I look for in a book. There is action and suspense, good character development, believable relationships and dialogue and that bit of romance that my heart craves. The constant action and energy in t...more
Melinda VanLone
I started reading this series for two reasons. One, the covers are amazing. Seriously, look at all three of them. The covers hooked me and made me squirm with possibilities. Yes, I'm a sucker for a good cover.

Two, I'm pretty sure the virtual box set was on sale and I saw an ad for it. I say that because if Susan Kaye Quinn happens by I want her to know that the sale, and the ad, worked. I'd never heard of her until I saw the ad, with that cover, and clicked the link which brought me to the sale....more
Rhiannon Frater
I was very lucky and very pleased to be one of the first people to read this last book in the awesome Mindjack Trilogy. Seriously, I was dancing around when the almost final draft hit my inbox.

So what do I have to say? I loved it. Truly. It rates right behind the first book in the trilogy, which is one of my all-time favorite books. This is a fitting end to the trilogy with lots of action, character development and a very smoldering kiss.

One of the things I do really like about this series is t...more
Michelle (Much Loved Books)
Free Souls is a book I have been looking forward to reading, but has also been tinged with sadness, being the last book in this trilogy. Free Souls picks up where Closed Hearts ended, Kira, Julian and the rest of the jackers are still trying to find a way to make it safe for themselves andotherjackers. Unbeknown to Julian, Kira is still looking for Kestrel and she will stop at nothing to ensure he gets what he deserves. I loved the ongoing list she has of ways to kill him and was amused by some...more
FREE SOULS (Mindjack Trilogy #3) by Susan Kaye Quinn

ABOUT THE BOOK: When your mind is a weapon, freedom comes at a price.

The final installment of the Mindjack Trilogy is here!

Four months have passed since Kira left home to join Julian’s Jacker Freedom Alliance, but the hole in her heart still whistles empty where her boyfriend Raf used to be. She fills it with weapons training, JFA patrols, and an obsessive hunt for FBI agent Kestrel, ignoring Julian’s worries about her safety and repeated atte...more
Mandy (I read Indie) Anderson
Although I have loved the first 2 in the series (OPEN MINDS & CLOSED HEARTS), this one fell a tad short for me. Just a tad. Not that I hated it...oh no. Not at all. It just wasn't as great as the first two. I think it was the first half of the book which seemed to drag some. But still, I adored this book and where the author ran with the story line. It really is beyond different and unique and readers will love that about the series.

Now there is a lot of action and suspense in the story, it...more
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Degba Maguehi

I would give it 2 1/2 stars if I could. Story meandered. Scenes kept repeating main character was like MacGyver with the escapes. It got to the point I was like again can't he come up with something new. Love story superficial but I am a sucker for those. It's a time waster book if you don't have a better book around. First two stories much better. Ending was good. This could have been condensed into part two.
Samantha Geary
If you're looking for an action-packed, intense thrill ride into an intriguing dystopian future - this is it! The plot was riveting, the characters truly identifiable and the setting undeniably unique and impressively detailed. I love not being able to predict where the story will go, and Susan did not disappoint! Clever twists and turns were expertly placed throughout this series, holding my rapt attention (to the detriment of domestic duties). The entire Mindjack Trilogy pulled me into its wor...more
I was quite pleasantly surprised to discover how much I enjoyed this end. Usually I have major issues with ends, esp of series (too many die, no one dies, the MC acts OOC, the MC acts weak, there's deus ex machina, etc). None of that happened here.
My one real complaint about the books is that they are too short. I don't mean just page numbers, but in feel as well. The story plot/arc feels small; everything happens in just a couple days or so. With conflicts this massive (world shattering), I'd e...more
Much better than the second. Very creative, a lot more happened and Kira was quite a bit less annoying. We learned a lot about several characters and the direction it went at the end was very interesting. It seemed just a little anti climactic at the end, but it still felt satisfying. It was a good end for the series.
Weee!!! Finally finished the series and it was THE BEST!..:3 This last installment of the Mindjack series was highlighted with great sci-fi action, drama, suspense and of course, romance. Honestly though, there ware some parts that i thought was quite dragging but the author did a great thing in making the plot and story go forward in a more thrilling way. My praise goes out to you Susan Kaye Quinn for brilliantly concluding the series, I could not have thought of a better way! I just loved this...more
I think this is more of a 2.5. I got really bored in the middle of this book and extremely annoyed. I'm all for being realistic, but almost every battle/whatever on screen they lost. Big time. But their one huge victory?? Happened off screen in between books. Seriously?? That bugs me. The story was ok and it ended well, but the writing is a bit weak.
Kelly Brown
I thought this third book was fantastic. I am sad to be done with the trilogy. I think back to the beginning, and then look at how it ended, wow, so much has happened. Kira is an amazing female lead, and I will now hold her in the same realm as Chloe and Eve from two other series I read/ have read. I like how it all ended, even if Kestrel did not get the ending I think he deserved, him knowing what he ended up doing- karma! Quinn is a great writer, and I hope to read some of her other books.
Again, even better than the previous one. Some storylines didn't quite follow, but overall very pleased. Fun read.
At last the end ,so sad to be here.Its been a very long time since I have read anything as good as Susan Kaye Quinn 's work.This has been the best three days ,and with very litte sleep but a very happy heart,I read the last page of one of the best books around.I haven't read a book or a series for that matter,that have captivate me so much, WOW, amazing, Laughter,tears and cheers,they were all there,each story came alive and played so amazing that I started with one and kept going .After very li...more
Great fun, unexpected turns. Well done! No off to read Origins!
The best book of the three, I believe. Free Souls does a great job of resolving the most pressing issues for all of the main characters in the series. Kira matures quite a bit, and comes to terms with her past, ready to move on into the future. That future was not presented as happily ever after nonsense - thank you, Susan! A balance and truce are achieved instead, giving people at all stages of mind evolution the opportunity to work toward acceptance for all in society. It's a believable end to...more
Patricia J. O'Brien
I zipped through FREE SOULS in a little over a day, because Susan Kaye Quinn wrote a thrilling, hard-to-put-down finale to her Mindjack Trilogy. I love the science elements of this story based on the premise people's brains become altered due to medications in water supplies. Kira, a mindjacker who's been hunted, imprisoned and experimented on, grows into a kick-ass warrior in this story. Besides the action and suspense, there is a heartwrenching love story and a substantial twist to the plot at...more
Jan 08, 2013 Kelly rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2013
That was an awesome ending! I have had no luck lately enjoying the endings of some books in a series. This series didn't disappoint me.
All my questions and concerns were answered.

From the beginning, it was non stop action. My husband tried to interupt my reading, but I told him I was busy and I would do (what did he ask me to do?)it later.

I find I can't say anything because it is all wrapped up with a great ending and everything I think about is a spoiler.

You have to read it, it was wonderful!...more
so good I hate to ve done reading the series...I wish there were more
Rhiannon H Morris
With tears still in my eyes, I started this third installment. At first, I felt a little disorientated as if the plot had speed off leaving me behind. Soon, though, I caught up and the book turned out to have all of the charm, richness and tenderness of its predecessors. This is an excellent to a trilogy. Tying up nearly every question I had from the previous. I strong recommend reading this and savouring it. It's not just a book (and a series) to be read, it's to be digested and understood too....more
Five star all the way. The series come from an author who has been nominated for a Hugo award; albeit for a different series. See my review of Open Minds (Part One of the trilogy)
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