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Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon
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bookshelves: favourites, own, paranormal, teen-romance, young-adult, reviewed
Recommended to Sita by: Not really anyone...
Recommended for: To YA/Action/Zombie/Vampire lovers

This was the first Sherrilyn Kennyon book I read, I actually read this before I read the Dark Hunter series and I loved it. I was in Dymocks one day with my Mum and two little sisters and she said I could pick a book. I contemplated and contemplated it was either this or something else. In the end I decided on Infinity. I am glad I did. I flew through it and despite it’s size I managed to read it in one afternoon and I read it again and again.

Plot in a sentence and a half: Nick is 14 and is bullied at school because he is poor and his Mum is kind of a stripper, but that’s not the story. So one day Nick is with his (so called) friends and they decide to mug an old couple, Nick steps in and stops it, they shoot him and were going to kill him if Kyrian (seen in Night Pleasures) hadn’t stepped in and saved him. He ends up being dragged into a world of Zombies, Vampires, tall Goth gods and general craziness.

What I thought of it: (view spoiler)

The characters: Too much to say. We get to see so many of the characters in the Dark Hunter worlds, younger versions of most of them. This is the perfect look into the Dark Hunter world and it’s characters. I would have read this book just for the characters (they are dead drop amazing). Here we see some of the best-developed characters (there are tonnes of them) I’ve seen in a while. Even the ones that were only in the book for a page or two leave a mark and are memorable. They all have different personalities. No one is one-dimensional.

The writing: The writing is what got me hooked on Sherrilyn Kenyon. I loved this writing, the sarcasm, boy there was a lot of it, and the fist sentence says that. This has got to be one of the best first sentences I have ever read in a book. It had me laughing right from the first page.

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The book does not disappoint, there are so many great lines throughout the book and this is what I would consider a perfect YA novel (although some may disagree).

Overall: Read it, it’s a great read. Almost all of my friends have read it, my copy is so used that it looks old, really old. And I only bought it about a year ago. I recommend this book to YA lovers. And despite the blurb this book is not a major book about Zombies. SO, don’t let your reservations on Zombies hold you back. I also recommend this book to Action/Zombie/Vampire lovers. This book is a great paranormal read. Can I say that enough?
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Irma So i nick in DH series often? Alot? Or Like once?


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