The Infinite takes off where Gates of Thread and Stone ended (albeit with a cover that is not quite as nice), and Kai is finding herself in a new position, in more than one way. As she’s struggling with these, some shocking news will upset everything.
I find I really like this series for some reason and I haven’t been able to put a finger on exactly why. There were a couple of twists and discoveries in the book, which kept the pace fast and made it a quick read. Some things felt a bit rushed, and I would have liked to learn more about some of the events, but I enjoyed reading it. I learned that this was supposed to be a trilogy but we’re almost four years after the publication of The Infinite and there still is no news, so I won’t hold my breath, but will check every now and then.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!
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