REVIEW - The Beginning of the End by Mindy Larson


Book Title - The Beginning of the End
Author - Mindy Larson
Publisher - Lavish Publishing, LLC

In the Prequel to This Morning I Woke Up Dead, we meet Emerson Morris and her boyfriend Logan; soul mates on their path to forever after. Logan soon learns the secret to Earth and must leave Emerson behind. While Logan is hoping Emerson learns the secret too, he must fight his need to contact her or face the wrath of The Masters.

While Emerson is moving on with her life, her brother Dominic falls in love with Hadley Christensen. Hadley has a special bond with each of her Alzheimer’s patients and soon starts to have a glimpse into The Secret. She is fighting against this knowledge, but will she succeed?

Find out in “The Beginning of the End”.



Mindy Larson has always had a vivid imagination that has only improved with her love of reading and writing. She spent much of her childhood entertaining her three younger brothers with her stories and today she is bringing her imagination to life in books.

When not writing, Mindy enjoys spending time with the love of her life and four children while playing disc golf, cooking, baking, traveling and exploring.



In this prequel to This Morning I Woke Up Dead, we get some insight into the journey Logan and Emerson took. In the previous book, the story focused much more on Hadley and Dominic, so it was nice to get a glimpse of what got Logan and Emerson to where they were in that book. It also explores Hadley's growing suspicion that things are not as they seem. This is a novella, but there is a lot going on in the book. We are given glimpses into how the Masters think, which I was glad to see. They had not been explained as more than the rule enforcers, so delving more into who and why is great. The tragedy surrounding Logan's death is one most people fear, because it could happen to anyone. To explore Ms. Larson's world is a journey worth taking, and although it can be confusing, it does make you stop and wonder if this life is all we have or is this a journey that goes on and on?


Heidi Ryan gives The Beginning of the End


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