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Infinite (Newsoul #3)

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  2,412 ratings  ·  368 reviews
The Year of Souls begins with an earthquake—an alarming rumble from deep within the earth—and it’s only the first of greater dangers to come. The Range caldera is preparing to erupt. Ana knows that as Soul Night approaches, everything near Heart will be at risk.

Ana’s exile is frightening, but it may also be fortuitous, especially if she can convince her fr
Hardcover, 418 pages
Published January 28th 2014 by Katherine Tegen Books
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Jodi Meadows
Jul 12, 2013 Jodi Meadows added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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The book (the ARC incarnation, anyway) is 418 pages. It has 33 chapters -- around 91,000 words.

It had 15 drafts major enough to get archived in my folder, including one complete rewrite and a 10,000-word false start. Only three scenes survived the rewrite. On page 332, Sam and Ana discuss wishing they could do something they can't, but did in a previous draft.

When I was writing the last 10,000 words of this book, I made my headphones play loud music in my ears (something I almost never do) and
Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
I've been waiting for a year to read Infinite by Jodi Meadows, the last installment of the Incarnate trilogy. I wasn't disappointed. I received this ARC from Harper Publishers in exchange for an honest review. I award this book 4.5 stars.

Infinite by Jodi Meadows takes off where Asunder left us. We are taken right to the action with Ana and Sam, as they frantically try to figure out how to prevent Janan for ascending. Ultimately, a small group of them have to leave Heart to try to figure out thei
Jan 12, 2014 Brittany marked it as to-read
These have got to be the most gorgeous covers ever.


◕ ◡ ◕  Arooj
This book has to be my least favourite one in the series. It was just kind of...boring. There was way too much talking ane explaining and less, well, action. They just kept repeating everything. The few action scenes were good, but I got so bored with book that I lost interest. Yet, I kept reaeing because I wanted to see how it all ended.

The ending was actually nice. I liked it. But it wasn't really surprising.

All in all, this was a good series, even though this book was a little disappointing.
Kat (Lost in Neverland)
Nov 02, 2013 Kat (Lost in Neverland) marked it as to-read
Shelves: awesome-cover

Cover Reveal: 6-3-13


sunset shimmer
Really satisfying ending. Most of my questions were answered, but I still am curious about the "Cataclysm" thing.
May 09, 2012 Ain020596 marked it as to-read
I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.

I had some issues with this book, mainly in the first half, but the ending was perfect for the series. :)

Oh, to review this without giving major spoilers.
I will try.

The first part. It just seemed so aimless. Like they were making up as they went. Which is fine… for the characters. But it also sorta felt like he author didn’t know where they were going, and that’s not cool.

The letter. So, at one point, Ana
Nadia (Potato On A Stick)
After Reading: The answer to all questions...

Update on 26.2.13: I hope this is the end of the series, not because I don't like it (Because I do), but I'm willing to know the end of it all (Preferably a happy ending).

Update on 3.6.13: Another pretty cover! But still so far away! :/
Sonsuz yıldız,sonsuz puan.
Abartmıyorum ki en sevdiğim seri. En sevdiğim hikaye,yazar,çift. En sevdiğim her şey.
Abartmıyorum ki hayatımda biten o kadar şeye o kadar çok ağlamama rağmen, hiçbiri bu kadar değildi.
Abartmıyorum ki aynı anda hem en güzel, hem en acı verici sondu.
Hiçbir hikayeyi tümüyle böyle sevip bağlanmamıştım. Bu hikayeye tanık olmak hayatımın en güzel, sonuna gelmek en üzücü deneyimimdi.
Hiçbir hikaye beni böyle özel hissettirmemişti.
Gözyaşlarım ve sümüklerin hala hunharca akarken
Jessica (Step Into Fiction)
Ugh. It's over and I'm depressed. Seriously - this trilogy just got better and better with each book that came out. This book was just everything I wanted it to be and more.

Dragons. Lots and lots of beautiful dragons.

Epilogue = perfection.

Read Incarnate (Newsoul, #1) by Jodi Meadows, Asunder (Newsoul, #2) by Jodi Meadows & Phoenix Overture (Newsoul, #2.5) by Jodi Meadows before Infinite (Newsoul, #3) by Jodi Meadows comes out. Fantastic trilogy.

Also, I love Cris.

That is all.

Review originally posted at Step Into Fiction

If you have NOT read Incarnate & Asunder, please read with caution. There are some spoilers that were unavoidable. Proceed wi

The tears of joy won't stop!

The plot

Infinite takes place (view spoiler) so there's no gap. Long story short Ana wants to stop Janan from descending because shit will go down if he does. What type of shit you ask? I can't tell you 'cause it's a spoiler. Just know that it will get BAD if he descends. Ana and her friends go out of Heart to find allies and creates a plan. By "creates a plan
Check out Scott Reads It for more reviews!
I have a really bad history with series conclusions, for some reason, most conclusions leave me unsatisfied and extremely disappointed. I can probably count on one hand all of the series conclusions that I was completely satisfied with and Infinite is one of those books. Infinite is everything I loved about Incarnate and Asunder, plus it manages to address my few complaints with the series making this one of the best YA series conclusions to date. Infi
Masal gibi başlayan hikaye yine masalsı bir şekilde bitti. Neler yoktu ki at adamlar, ejderhalar, anka kuşları. Janan ile olan savaşları bir neticeye bağlanıyor. Çok güzeldi, son sahneler çok dokunaklıydı. YA dediğin böyle olur kardeşim.:) Kitabı okurken aklıma hep Kvothe geldi nedense. Rüzgarın Adı'nı okurken de bu şekilde zevk almıştım. O fantastik dünya çok hoşuma gitmişti. Yazar kendini geliştirdikçe daha çok güzel kitaplarını okuyacağız gibime geliyor.
Valeria Andrea
Are you serious?


This is the MOST beautiful cover of the whole series!
The bright colors;
The feathers (crow feathers? *dies*);
EVERYTHING! Make it look so dark & mysterious. God, I love it.

Reviewed @ Enticed by Books

I don't even know what to say about this book. Honestly, I could care less about it, the world was good as usual, but the story was very bland and boring. I've enjoyed the previous books in the series, Incarnate and Asunder, but for some reason, I just wanted Infinite to be over already. I didn't care about the character, I didn't care if they were going to defeat Janan or not and I certainly didn't care for the romance in the least. I really don't know why I reacted t
Danielle (Love at First Page)
This is a review for the entire Newsoul series. No spoilers.

The Scoop: Long ago, the world was destroyed by nature’s wrath, leaving few survivors. Most fled to the city of Heart, and for thousands of years afterward, these same souls have been reincarnated over and over again. They have new bodies but they remember their past lives. Janan is believed to be the god who has granted them the power of rebirth; his presence is felt in the walls of the city and within the temple found at its center. O
UPDATE: See my full Newsoul trilogy review over at my blog:






What a thrilling, brilliant, beautiful conclusion to the Newsoul trilogy!

To be honest, I’d have never thought I’d like Ana so much when I first read Incarnate two years ago. What I particularly liked about her was the way she chose to live her life. She never took things for granted and perhaps because she was a newsoul, she questioned things that the oldsouls had never thought about. She might not be an eloquent person but she never used hardship as an excuse to not seek answers.

I also loved ho
The best thing about this book? The cover.

Don't get me wrong, I love this trilogy. It's something new and totally different, but every good writer must hit a book slump, this was it for Ms. Meadows. That saddened me more then I can describe since this was the last book. Normally I could consume this book in a matter of hours, this one took me days.. As in 5. It was boring. Just when I thought the storyline was picking up and something interesting was happening, it didn't. Not really. It lacked
Whoever's behind designing these covers is a genius! REALLY! They're one of the most beautiful covers out there.

Great, great conclusion to the series. I love this world. I love Meadows' writing. I love the characters, specially Cris. This has turned into one of my favorite YA series.
Jun 03, 2013 Beegirl marked it as to-read
Edit June 3rd 2013



And now WHAT?
Julianna Helms
Jun 22, 2013 Julianna Helms marked it as to-read
Shelves: bam-covers
Princess Debz
This is an amazing trilogy set in one of the most unique, fantastical world that I, an avid fantasy reader, have ever encountered. A blend of past, present, and future, in an alternate universe, the world building is the first thing that pulled me into this beautiful series. Right from the start, there are so many questions that you’re dying to have answered. The thing is, at the end of both Incarnate and Asunder, readers had even larger lists of questions than when they started. Finally, in Inf ...more
If you don't know anything about these books: Ana is the first new soul born into a world where the same million souls have been reincarnated over and over again for 5,000 years. After Ana's childhood of being isolated and unloved, Sam is the first person who shows her any care at all. He rescues her from a dangerous encounter with a sylph, and introduces her to his friends and the society around them. Together they learn why she's so unique, what her life means for their world, as well as the r ...more
With Infinite, Jodi takes us into the breaking heart of the world she created with Incarnate. Full of adventure, discoveries, and romance, Infinite was the perfect end to this refreshingly original fantasy-dystopia.

Sam and Ana must escape from Heart or suffer the wrath of the Newsoul-haters. But they don't just want to escape: they want to save their world from Janan, and from itself. With the heavy burden of knowing how reincarnation works weighing her down, Ana finds herself the unlikely leade
SWEET BABY NEWSOULS that was an amazing ending!

What I LOVED: My love for this book (and Sam) is infinite. Gorgeous writing, amazing world building and a heart-achingly beautiful ending. The moral themes of love, sacrifice and living the one life you have "well" shine through in every decision Ana makes, especially the difficult ones. But the thing I enjoyed the most (besides the kissing) was the hope this story leaves the reader with.

What Left Me Wanting More: Nothing.

Final Verdict: THIS IS HOW
Betül Özlem
Mükemmel bir seri için mükemmel ve çok duygusal bir sondu. Bu seri şüphesiz en sevdiklerimden ve bu kitapla da serinin bitmiş olması çok üzücü. Keşke sonu daha uzun olsaydı ama ne kadar uzun olursa olsun bana yine de yetmezdi herhalde. Ana ve Sam okuduğum en iyi karakterlerdendi ve Ana'nın son anda yaptığı fedakarlık çok duygusaldı. Jodi Meadows seriyi sonlandırırken de muhteşem anlatım tarzıyla yazmış. Çok sevdim bu seri hep aklımda kalacak ve bende şimdiden tekrar tekrar okuma isteği uyandırıy ...more
Liz Parker
Why I Read It: I started this series about three weeks after the first book, Incarnate, came out, and I've kept up with it ever since. The story is intriguing, the characters are deep and interesting, and the writing is beautiful. Swoonworthy. I can't wait to read what Jodi does next.

ZOMG Yes! Once again Jodi brought out the romance that I loved in Asunder (book 2 in the series). You'd think maybe I'd get tired of the kissing. Nope. Not even a little bit. There is a lot of kissing in this book a
I think it was time to finish reading this trilogy. For some reason, when I don't want a series to end, I hold off on reading the last book. INFINITE is the bitter-sweet ending to Jodi Meadow's debut trilogy and while I enjoyed how it all came together, I don't think I'm fully satisfied with this ending. I think I came in with too many expectations and the novel kind of fell short. I absolutely loved the first book, INCARNATE, but I have to say this third book is my least favorite of the series. ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Newsoul (3 books)
  • Incarnate (Newsoul, #1)
  • Asunder (Newsoul, #2)
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