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Palta learned long ago not to expect a “normal” life. She’d settle for one free of close encounters with supernaturally-gifted homicidal maniacs.Apparently that’s too much to ask.Join your favorite Onontian royal family, as they settle into life at the palace...only don’t get too comfortable, because things are about to take a hair-raising turn.Vitality is the gripping thiPalta learned long ago not to expect a “normal” life. She’d settle for one free of close encounters with supernaturally-gifted homicidal maniacs.Apparently that’s too much to ask.Join your favorite Onontian royal family, as they settle into life at the palace...only don’t get too comfortable, because things are about to take a hair-raising turn.Vitality is the gripping third installment in the Proximity series.***(This is an alternate cover edition of Vitality, new for 2015)...

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ISBN : 24555431
Format Type : ePub
Number of Pages : 378 Pages
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Vitality Reviews

  • Marla
    2019-05-02 16:34

    This is a great ending to the Proximity trilogy. Palta is now married to Aeron and they are still trying to defeat Bito Ono, her father’s brother who is also a horrible man who is trying to take over the ruling of Onontian from Aeron who is the rightful leader. Bito Ono uses mind control and has someone stealing other people’s powers. Palta can sense if someone is around, can talk to someone with her mind and can control another person’s mind by putting a thought in their mind making them think it is a reality. M.A. George does a great job of wrapping up the story. There are great characters in this trilogy like Nangi who is super old and has all kinds of powers, some of his own and some he has taken from people. He and Palta have a unique relationship. There is action, space travel, family situations and a little bit of romance. I wish I could have spent more time with some of the other characters as this one is mainly Palta and Nangi. This is a really good YA sci-fi book.

  • Liliana
    2019-04-19 18:31

    Reviewed on Lili Lost in a BookMan this book... SO much awesomeness! Also, I'm going to miss this series! I can't believe it's over already! *sad face*So, in this final installment of the series, Palta, Aeron, and the rest of their family and friends (and, of course, a boatload of security!) go off on a day of cliff jumping fun. But this exhilarating adventure turns sour when Bito Obo decides to make an (indirect) appearance and someone from the group suddenly goes missing. Bito asked for it... It's time to put an end to his dreadful plans once and for all.Palta has seriously become one of my most favorite characters ever... And not only because she has my favorite supernatural ability of healing ;) She is just so fun and adventurous and spontaneous, with so much sass and sarcasm in her! She is just an overall great character and I'll really miss her. Another thing I'll miss is her and Aeron together because they are just so darn cute!Palta also likes to bicker with two individuals I really like and will also miss. The first one being Sabala's hubby, Dominick. His back-and-forth brotherly banter with Palta is just very funny and quite amusing. And the other person I'm talking about is Nangi... I love that cranky old man! It's just so funny! And even though he says that Palta annoys him, you can really see that he cares about her... He's almost like an older brother you love to hate... Or maybe even like an uncle. The point is, he's cranky, she annoys him, but he cares for her in his own way.In this book there was a lot of traveling (err, more like running away) back and forth on the planet and even other planets and galaxies! I really liked exploring and getting to know this foreign place better. Also, there something about the running away from people trying to kill you and just trying to survive (take Kelley Armstrong's Darkest Powers and Darkness Rising series) that I find very exciting and thrilling! I loved it!Overall, I really, really enjoyed this book! There was alot of adventure in this one, though I was expecting a but more out of the fight scene there at the end...not that it wasn't good! There were a whole lot of wisecracks from Palta, which I absolutely loved! I also really liked those father-daughter moments between Palta and her dad... The were just SO touching! And of course, how can you not love that romance between Palta and Aeron? ;)Enough said. This book was amazing! I highly recommend the series to those who are looking for something more on the sci-fi side of things with a splash of romance ;)

  • Unorthodox Mama
    2019-04-22 17:32

    How to write this review, with out spoilers, and using coherent sentences? (While knee deep in book hangover!)Vitality is Book Three in the Proximity Series. Book three takes us back to Ononti, to try and stop Bito Obo from trying to take over the throne.Poor Palta, chaos always seems to find her.Vitality, was quite the book, it took my emotions for a ride.Shock, awe, wonder and of course laughter. Complete with almost choking myself on it.I LOVED this book, I devoured it in a day.I loved the subtle shift of focus bringing in more of my favourite character. (of all time) It was like the author took a look through my thoughts and what I hoped for with this book and ran with it.Vitality brought with it, many surprises. The inclusion of poetry was nice but my favourite was most definitely learning more about Ononti and of course the Onontian language. (I’m such a sucker for languages, I just wish I had Aeon’s skill for picking them up)We get to witness a lot of character development as well as the bonds shifting from friends to quite the tight knit family. I honestly am not sure I have ever come across a book that does that quite as wonderfully as Vitality.It’s as heart warming as it is gut wrenching at times.You feel every ounce of both emotions with the characters.Then of course there is the heart pounding action, that made it impossible for me to put the book down. I was stealing any extra minute I could if it meant I could read one page.Vitality is jam packed.Action, emotion, scenery descriptions that will blow your mind (and leave you longing) not to mention space/time portal travel (the space nerd in me LOVES this)The author leaves no stone untouched and manages to wrap it up perfectly.Definitely my pick for Paranormal romance for the year, right beside Relativity.Vitality was everything I could have wanted and then some.5 stars.

  • Heather andrews
    2019-05-01 15:48

    So I missed the blog tour for this book (I know how stupid of me) so I was really excited the author contacted me and asked for a review because apparently I give bit**in' ones you know. I love this series and I love Palta and Aeron, I love their chemistry, and playfulness and well I just love them. Aeron he's still a sweetheart even after two books, "you have nothing to fear...Everyone in this room is thinking that you're the most beautiful thing they've ever seen." I mean who wouldn't want to be married to that? I know I would. This time around it's Aeron who is rushing to save Palta and well I find heroism in a man quite sexy, "keep your eyes open, Palta," he was urging me, holding my head up with the palm of his hand. "Keep your eyes on me, Love." Even after everything these two go through they're still playful and in love, "and I'm no doctor...but I'm fairly certain that doesn't count as 'resting'" Who needs rest anyway. Would I like a follow up book with nothing bad happening yea, will I get it probably not. I would love to see this series turned into movies.

  • AK Mama Reads
    2019-04-23 21:23

    Mama’s Thoughts on Book 3:***Spoilers for book 2***As with any close to a series or trilogy, I had the fear in the back of my mind that I would be frustrated, or underwhelmed. Never fear, M.A. George is hear to show you how to do it! The pace picked up just a bit from Relativity, just enough to have me on the edge again while still enjoying the descriptions of palace life and Palta’s hopes for the future of her family. Her strength and tenacity are tested, and I found my heart breaking for all her struggles. Vitality is what the end should be, hopeful, not entirely predictable, and full of life.5 ding-dang-doodly stars***Arc for honest review***

  • Tammy Hall
    2019-04-21 15:28

    Magnificent! I am in love with Vitality! I could not have asked for a better story than this series! Again there is no lull in the story what so ever Vitality doesn't miss a beat from picking up were Relativity left off. M.A George continues to amaze with her writing never forgetting to leave room for the reader to have imagination as to what they may see while reading this series. I am blown away by the scenery and the characters as this story plays out in my mind. I again was so drawn into this series and completely taken with every single detail. I won't give away any of the story however I will tell you that investing in this series is totally worth it!

  • Felicia Tatum
    2019-05-12 16:50

    Wow....just wow. I can't believe all the action packed into this novel! I didn't think Palta and Aeron could handle much more, but oh, boy, can they! With the help of their sidekicks and the amazing Nangi, they manage to finally triumph against evil. It's about time! This was a wonderful ending to this series, though I hope to read more about them or their kids or something someday!

  • Brenda- Naughty Bits' Book Reviews
    2019-05-02 20:37

    For this post I'll be reviewing both Relativity and Vitality so I'll try to keep them short.M.A. George has built a beautiful new world with this new species that are very human like on the outside and gifted on the inside. There are some more major differences on the inside that I hope you decide to explore by picking up this series. I really enjoy her characters from their adventures on Earth (Proximity) and to Onontian. She created a story that wraps itself around me and doesn't let me go until the end. These are not short books with Proximity at 314 pages, Relativity at 416 pages, and Vitality at 442 pages. Yet, each book took me about half a day to read because I rarely put it down. When I was forced to I put on my wireless headset and listened. I'm a mom of an 8yr old and a 10 yr old so I've had to take care of them and I still was so wrapped up in these books that I just devoured these books! I'd certainly have to pick up any other books she writes in the future because of it. However, do keep in mind these books are more science fiction then romance. For those you of here that prefer it the other way around if you give it a try it may surprise you as the story wraps around you. I love these covers! This has to be in my top 5 series of this year! The world that has been created is magnificent! Can I vacation there? The scenery seems to die for! As with the other books in the series you still are on an action packed beautiful journey with Palta and the rest of the cast. They all feel like they've grown in some way especially the bonds between the characters. This book made me laugh and scream at the characters! It was great! We learn even more about the Onontain's including some more language. Trouble always seems to find Palta but I love how she handles it all. This book really brings out the Fringe Science nerd in me. Its inescapable, and I'm not sorry about it. When, not IF, you start reading this series make sure you read it to the end!

  • Darlene
    2019-04-27 14:27

    Want a light read that is fun and full of adventures? This series offers all that. As I said in my review of the previous book, this is a combination of sci-fi/fantasy/YA/Romance. I love the characters and their talents. What I still have a problem with is that the main character only uses hers to get herself in trouble. She is immature for 118, she's immature for 18. And the constant fainting is just annoying. At least the author has the character and her friends acknowledge this trait. What is even more annoying is that this is supposed to be a person that is a doctor and scientist. She has gone through all that schooling and has dealt with people going back to Churchill. She is long past teen tantrums. As for her taking chances, that might be less too with maturity. Not that she has any of the horrid aches and pains or fragileness of old age, but just an ability to foresee who she is putting at risk by her actions should be called to mind.Even so, when you let all that go, this is a fun read. I loved all three books in the series, Proximity, Relativity and this one Vitality. I think even late grade school students would enjoy this. I would have read and enjoyed it had it been around for me in fifth or sixth grades. There is very little science, it is merely alluded to with space travel and other innovations. The talents these aliens possess are more what feels fantasy. Oh, and there is one human from Earth. How I wish he would have been more involved.Oh, the romance! Not my thing. Have at it girls! In fact, that is why I don't think guys will like this so much. Still, it was a nice book to escape into.

  • Bri
    2019-05-01 15:36

    What I liked: I feel like the romance in this one picked up to where I was expecting it, and the cast itself seemed to flesh out and become even more dynamic than they were in the last book as everything comes together. Aeron and Palta both are great characters and the inclusion of Nangi in the second book was one of my favorite addition to this series, he's a great character. I learned even more about the Onontian people, language included which was great because I was hoping to learn as much as I could before this series ended. It was also full of action and adventures (to other planets even) and still managed to wrap this series up incredibly well.What I didn't like: I can't really think of anything right off the bat because this story managed to engross me with its story that I wasn't looking for anything to be picky about anymore.Overall Review: This was a great conclusion to a series I wasn't so sure about but each book after the first upped the stakes and managed to pull off a great overarcing plot as well as the smaller plots presented in each book. Plus I learned a good deal about the Ononti and who they were as well as meet some great secondary characters that I really enjoyed!Recommend?: If you really enjoyed the first two books, you'll definitely want to pick up the ending to see how it all goes down!

  • Tyffani
    2019-05-13 14:34

    Going into book three, I was impressed. While books one and two were good, I felt the style, quality, and character development really improved in book three.The story had me on the edge of my seat, ready to find out what was going to happen. Really enjoyed this book.

  • M.A. George
    2019-04-19 18:30

    Vitality (book three in the Proximity series) is finally here! You can get your copy from Amazon or Smashwords today! (Coming soon to other online retailers...)Thank you so much to everyone for your support! Enjoy! :)

  • Darlene
    2019-04-25 16:24

    review to follow soon