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Infinity by Rachel Ward
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Aug 25, 12

bookshelves: 10th-grade-books-reviewed
Read from August 24 to 25, 2012

** spoiler alert ** This is the epic conclusion to the Numbers trilogy. Adam, Sarah, who is pregnant once again, but with Adam's baby, and little Mia have been living together even after "The Chaos." It has been two years since "The Chaos" has happened and Adam is being sought after because the government wants to figure out who he is and how Mia was able to change her number with Nan's. Saul, who works for the government, wants figure out how he can live forever. Just like Mia, Saul can swap numbers with anyone he wants to as long his number is about to be up. Adam has to protect the ones that he has come to love, Mia and Sarah.

A theme in this book is to never stop trying. No matter what happened, Adam always went after Sarah and Mia. They were his family since he lost his Nan and he didn't want to lose them. Saul always went after Adam because he could see the numbers, but Adam would not just give up because he knows that Saul wants to use his gift for not good reasons. Saul tries to go after Sarah because she has Adam's baby. Sarah has her visual dream gift and Adam has his numbers gift, so Saul thinks that this baby can have the ultimate power.

I loved this book because the end of this trilogy is a satisfying end to the story. I really like the twists and turns that this book has. You hope and think that one thing will happen, but the next page reveals that the complete opposite will happen. This book keeps every reader and interested and shows the point of view of both Sarah and Adam.

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