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The End of Infinity (Jack Blank Adventure #3)

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Jack Blank confronts his destiny in this action-packed conclusion to the trilogy Publishers Weekly calls a “no-holds-barred adventure.”

Ever since Jack Blank learned that he came from the amazing country of the Imagine Nation, he’s known that his fate could go down two very different paths—he could either be the greatest hero the worl
ebook, 416 pages
Published August 7th 2012 by Aladdin
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Carrie Slager
[Full disclosure: Matt Myklusch sent me a copy of The End of Infinity to review as I saw fit after he saw I loved The Accidental Hero. There was an understanding between us that sending me the next two books in his trilogy would not guarantee him a good review.]


I haven’t been speechless like this since I finished Mira Grant’s Blackout. And for those of you who know how much I loved the Newsflesh trilogy, you know that’s really saying something. Here’s why I’m lost for words:

There were so ma
How do I even begin this review? I've got a huge smile on my face as I type this, and am still a bit teary eyed over it all. The End of Infinity wraps up Jack's story in a big way. We find Jack right after the end of the last book. For those of you who haven't started this series yet (shame on you) I won't spoil, but it felt good to have the mystery of what happened to Jack cleared up almost instantly. Or so I thought. What follows is a story that has so many twists and turns that it's hard not ...more
Erik This Kid Reviews Books
The End of Infinity
By Matt Myklusch
416 Pages – Ages 9+
Published by Aladdin on August 7, 2012

Jack Blank was never like any other kid. When he lived at the orphanage weird things would happen when he got close to machines. He didn’t understand his powers until a representative from the Imagine Nation found him and took him back with him. The Imagine Nation is the place where superheros are trained. While in the Imagine Nation, Jack learned of the Rüstov aliens who can take over humans and machines
Dorine White
Welcome to The End of Infinity by Matt Myklusch, the third and final book in the Jack Blank trilogy. Matt has offered one lucky reader a signed hardback copy! Just fill out the rafflecopter form below.
The Story- At the end of book 2, Jack finds himself a prisoner of the Rustov. Now, a year later, his friends have arrived to rescue him. But Jack isn’t the same boy he used to be, he’s been augmented by the Rustov and his infection is growing.
Back home in Imagine Nation the people see only Jack’s R
Rachel Witt
Loved this book. If you read the first two and liked them, this one will blow your mind. Action packed and full of adventure.
I'm unsure what to say. It was better than the second (where Jack lied and didn't try very hard), but neither was it as good as the first (where the Imagine Nation was new and interesting and Jack unproven).
Jack didn't lie (points to him), but he didn't seem to be trying his hardest either. He started a battle knowing it wouldn't end until he discovered a secret, and he just hoped he would figure it out before it was too late? Really? Even though it would have saved lives to wait and study and f
Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids
What a fantastic series for young readers! As a parent, nothing is more satisfying than discovering a book you hope your child will pick up and enjoy every moment they spend reading it like you did. This is one series my son is anxious to start reading this year, and I can't wait for him to start it. Jack Blank's adventures span three books, The Accidental Hero, The Secret War (the links go to my reviews for each book) and the final book in the series, The End of Infinity. What an awesome series ...more
Jack Blank has been in the hands of the RÃstov for a year. His friends, though, haven't given up on him. With the help of Solomon Roka, a space pirate whose specialty is breaking into RÃstov ships, they engineer his escape. But Jack is afraid they might have been too late. Even though he's free of the RÃstov themselves, his infection has advanced to the point where he can't shut down Khalix anymore. And his return divides Imagine Nation at a point where they need more than ever to be united. The ...more
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Chris’s Rating: 3.5 stars
Jack is “rescued” from his Rustov captors, but a year has passed and signs of his infection have spread, making those in the imagination trust him even less than when his reputation was destroyed by Jonas in the second book. Jack knows the Rustov are coming, but will the imagination accept his help? Or will they see him as an integral part of the threat, especially when Jack is no longer sure he believes in himself to save his friends? After all,
I just got my mind blown. Gosh. I love it! I'm having a hard time grasping back reality because of Jack Blank. So many ... oh my gosh .. there's just so many emotions, twists, happenings, wars, that happened in the last book that i don't know where to begin. It drove me up and down <3 This series really portrayed the "Nothing is impossible" philosophy. When I thought Jack already lost the war inside him against Khalix, he turned the wheel upside down and made it even if Khalix still lives ins ...more
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It is sometimes hard to review book that you love so much,because you can't critique them objectively as a reader, but subjectively as a fan. And as a fan, a fan has a habit of not seeing the flaws of a book or anything that they love so much.

And I am not a reader of this book. I am a FAN.

....But I'll try my best.

The biggest flaw of the book, but really of the series, is the structure of government. The council of 7 or really 6, is a very loose government that is somewhat unrealistic, for soc
George Bentley
This is the end....:(
As the trilogy comes to an end the third book is by no means less than the first two.

Jack has been taken... His future with the Rustov is coming ever so nearer... Can his friends rescue him in time before the Rustov armada plans their next attack - Earth.

The imagine Nation is under harsh times as Jack is now the number one target for nearly every Empire City citizen. With the help of his friends can they beat the Magus of the Rustov or will jack's infection overpoer him and
Review from a kid's point of view

this book has taught me about how to always be optimistic about life. Before this I would say "the secret to life is to have low expectations." Now I realize that there are kids out there who have it worse than me. That there are places like st. Barnaby's. Maybe not by name but definitely by conduct. Now you might be thinking that I have a parent telling me how to right this and if not then, well this is awkward, anyway I don't have a parent telling me how to wri
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After reading the first two books, this one blew me completely away. His use of voice and characterization keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole time. He implements many twists and turns you never expected especially at the end, my favorite part, where he finally gives you the information about Jack that's been held away for so long. It really causes anticipation and keeps the book right in front of your face. Everyday I would just be waiting for the chance to read and find out how the tr ...more
Matt Hayes
Pretty good ending to the trilogy. A little on the short side, but I don't see how he could have made it any longer; there wasn't much story left to tell after the information that was packed into the first two volumes.

Only complaints are that the beginning and ending felt sort of . . . rushed. Felt like there should have been more explanation between the prologue and chapter 1. Also, Jack becomes sort . . . I dunno, invincible? towards the end. Seemed like he was becoming the typical Marvel su
brianna kercher

I loved this book. I love what happened and how the author put it all together in the end. The only thing I would have put in is Jack dating Allegra. Still , this book is amazing. . Just plain amazing.

P.S. My favorite saying from this whole series was " only a fool tries to sit at the head of a round table.
Ever since Jack Blank learned that he came from the amazing country of the Imagine Nation, he has known that his fate could go down two very different paths - he could either be the greatest hero the world has ever known, or its greatest villain.

In this, the last installment of the trilogy, the final battle is here. It’s time for Jack to discover the direction of his destiny. The trilogy concludes with more surprises, twists, and adventure than ever, but has the same quick witted humor that fans
Brent Cook
OMG, OMG, OMG!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!! Pls continue the series because I did! I read all 3. B)

got to read best book ever yep. read now now now!!! read the series and you will be awesome and exited!
A very satisfying conclusion to the Jack Blank "trilogy". However, fingers and toes crossed there's more Jack Blank coming sooner rather than later!
I loved this espically the ending it was so beautiful brought tears to my eyes ( silently wiping tears from my eyes)
Khanh Linh
The first book in the trilogy (The Accidental Hero) was a pretty good book, but then there were some point I didn't like about. I didn't' t expect much for the second book (The Secret War) but it was VASTLY improved from the first one. The ending left me going HOLY FUDGE!!! And then came along the last book, The End of Infinity, which had a MIND BLOWING ending. I absolutely loved the really complicated plot of the story and the characters (especially the hero, Jack, who can be quite frustrating ...more
Christian Daulat
I think this was a very good end-to-series book. The book was filled with action,chases,and much more. They put a good ending with Jack Blank finding out something very personal to him.So if you like books like these,then read on!
Nico Basile
Best superhero book #3
Alex Folkins
This was the best Jack Blank book. I loved it. It had a lot of action and adventure. The ending could not have been any better.
Yes! I loved this book! The storyline was just twist after twist (in an extremely good way)and it really drives home the point that you aren't what everyone else says you are: you decide your fate. The ending was simply superb! Now to wait for another series!
EM also known as imda1
Shucks...This book is AWESOME!!!

No spoilers here (at least, for the people who read book 2):
Now Jack Bank is kidnapped by The Rustov. The world is in grave danger. Khalix is getting stronger. And above all, Smart is still annoying.

This was an awesome ending to an awesome series. Mr. Matt has spun a really great tale. I enjoyed it. A lot.

Oh, and BTW, this is my first review. So if I got some netiquettes wrong, it was just consequential.
A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. I'm almost speechless when trying to explain just how good and ending to this series this was. I really wish it wasn't the end cause what about Jack and Alegra. They haven't even kissed yet. And who would've thought that that guy was Jack's real father. But the line said by jack's real father "I haven't done the right thing in life. I'm not gonna start now." Reminded me of Jack. So I had a guess. Overall, great book.
WOW! I'm so glad I finished this book. Yes it took me a while I had time between each book, I would recommend reading them together. I took a break because all the war stuff, however now that I've finished it I understand it. I was really good, a bit of reality in it as well. I was almost tearing by the end. The truth shall set you free is a good phrase for this book and the series. Well done! I really enjoyed it.
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Matt Myklusch is a middle-grade fantasy / adventure writer and the creator of SEABORNE (Egmont USA) and THE JACK BLANK ADVENTURES (Simon & Schuster).

By day, Matt is a mild-mannered strategist for a digital marketing agency, but at night – and very early in the morning – he battles injustice in the form of pirates, super-villains, and robot zombies.

Matt also worked at MTV Networks for nearly t
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