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(Hourglass #3)

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No time like the present.
No time in the present.
No time left.

From the moment the Hourglass group violated the rules of the space time continuum to rescue a murdered loved one, time has been in flux. People from other centuries slide into our time, intruding into our space, threatening our world.

Frantically seeking a way to turn back this tide, the Hourglass begins a search
Hardcover, 293 pages
Published August 6th 2013 by EgmontUSA
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Nov 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
Way to finish a series!

Mostly in trilogies we've noticed the order goes from Awesome to Awful, mostly last books disappoint us but not here. Nuh-uh.

In Hourglass series the case was completely opposite. Hourglass, the first one was an okay to good book with a very different concept but it just didn't do the trick, there was something missing. But a friend told me to continue the series and read the 2nd book, Timepiece, so I did. And it was bloody amazing. It was narrated by a different character
Aug 19, 2012 marked it as series-i-dropped-out
Please, let it be Michael the narrator. I missed more of him in Timepiece. If not let's go back to Em and have lots of Em and Michael moments :) ...more

Meh, not awful but not great either. I was bored for the most part, the plot and worldbuilding was all over the place, and I didn't know what the hell was going on half the time.

-I was kind of annoyed that Infinityglass focused on two new POV's, I would have preferred to read about Emerson and Michael again — they were the most entertaining characters in the series (though that's not saying much).
I did end up quite liking the heroine (Hallie), she actually had some personality. Althoug
Feb 06, 2016 rated it liked it
Probably the best book of the saga. The characters are really witty and the plot more interesting than ever. I would give it three and a half stars if it was possible.
Feb 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
When I read Timepiece last year, I was slightly disappointed because I loved Hourglass but Timepiece didn't really leave a big impression on me. In actuality, before I started Infinityglass, I tried to remember what happened in the previous two novels and came COMPLETELY blank for Timepiece while I remembered a ton of what happened in Hourglass. Even with that, I had to give Infinityglass a try because a) it is the last book in the series, and b) Timepiece was still good, just a bit of a letdown ...more
4.5 stars

There was a subtle, slight hitch in her breathing.
"Your breath just caught." I said it without thinking.
"Maybe it did. So what?" She angled her chin up at me.
"Nothing. It's's only fair. You make mine catch all the time."

After a pawnshop job gone wrong, Poe Sharpe transported himself and Hallie Girard just a few blocks away from the bad guys, but he actually set off a genetic stressor to trigger the effect of the Infinityglass gene.Thus changing the space time continuum and uni
Sarah Elizabeth
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Media Masters Publicity, Egmont USA, and Netgalley.)
This is book 3 in the ‘Hourglass’ series, and kicks off where book 3 left off.
**Warning – some unavoidable spoilers for books 1 & 2 ‘Hourglass’ and ‘Timepiece’.**
Dune can control water and the tides. He works for the Hourglass, and his latest assignment is to guard the Infinityglass, only the infinityglass isn’t an object – it’s a person.

Hallie can cha
May 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
Infinityglass is a strong, satisfying ending to the Hourglass series. I'm pleased with how things turned out but I'm super sad to say goodbye to the eclectic cast of characters. I'm a definite fan of Myra McEntire and I can't wait to see what she does next.

Infinityglass branches away from both Hourglass and Timepiece in the setting. Infinityglass brings readers to New Orleans and it's a fabulous setting. I've wanted to go to New Orleans for quite some time and Infinityglass just made me even mor
Jul 17, 2014 rated it did not like it
I was going to go ahead and finish the series, even though I only gave Timepiece two stars. After all, it's only a trilogy. Well, I made it to page 71 and couldn't do it anymore. It simply is not well written, in my opinion, particularly the characters. Dune is supposed to be a guy, a fact which I had to keep reminding myself of, because the female author cannot write from a guy's perspective--just, no. Second of all, the Hallie character is poorly written. She's a supposed genius, but a genius ...more
May 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
Review to come...

Old Update:

After Timepiece I am really expecting anything from this series. Who will narrate next? Let's take a look at the contestants. Maybe Ava? She is pretty fucked up right now, it would be interesting to see what is in her mind, but unless she has a pretty big role in the future book I find this not happening. Will Em come back? Will Kaleb continue? Or will Michael take the reins? Maybe the'll get a new cat and then the cat will take over narration, after all they can see
Jan 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Oh My God! I am love this series! I love the characters and the writing of it. It took me a few days to finish but I finished it. I could read the whole series all over again. It is so good. I just wish there was more in the series. I just want cry because there are no more books in the series. I am so sad!
'Scuse me, I'll be in a corner crying forever.

Full Review: a really hard review to write.

If you've been following the blog for a while, then you know how big this series is for me. You know how much I utterly adore this series. It's kind of seeped into my life, really. In the past couple of years since I began this trilogy, I've wanted to wallpaper my room with the covers. I've named my Kindle after the main character in the first book. Hourglass is my go to recommendation for people
Devon Ashley
INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY available on my blog now through Sept. 12th.

Note: Some of this may come off spoilerish if you haven't read the first two novels yet!

Hallie Girard is just your average teenager...except for the part where's practically a forced recluse because of her unnatural abilities, only leaving the house to perform not-so-legal jobs for her father's company, Chronos. Her partner in crime is usually Poe, and it's quite odd to see him doing something other than stalking or attacking mem
Apr 22, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: my-library
3.5 stars.. This was a quick and entertaining read. I took one star off solely for the fact that the main characters from the first book played a very, very small role in this one (boo!) Petty thing to do but IT'S A SERIES NOT A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT BOOK OKAY. I fell in love with those characters, and the main characters in this book were decent but just didn't add up. Took half a star away because I felt the dialogue was slightly choppy, and the book was overall just a little too cheesy for my ...more
Jun 12, 2013 marked it as to-read
Shelves: must-read
This series is perfect Sci-Fic I`d ever read and now I just can't for this 3rd installment.....

LILY's POV!!!!!!!! it'll be amazing (:
Jessica (a GREAT read)
I finally finally read Myra McEntire's Infinityglass! It's been eons since I last read the first two books of this trilogy and there was no recaps of those to be read since the series is rather old. This final book is already over four years old. Diving into a series finale like this practically blind was a challenge. Luckily, I do remember that the first two books all dealt with different characters, same group of people and whatnot so it worked a little in my favor except that I pretty much kn ...more
Connor Ferguson
Apr 23, 2014 rated it liked it
"Infinityglass", the final book in Myra McEntire's "Hourglass Trilogy", follows the struggles and romance of Hallie, a dancer who wields the power of transmutation (shapeshifting), and Dune, the silent, nerdy member of the Hourglass organization. Rips (visions of the past; think ghosts) are widening, encompassing worlds instead of just people, due to the Hourglass' meddling with the timeline causing a flux in the space/time continuum, and the only thing that can possibly restore balance is the I ...more
Stacy Books
Feb 25, 2015 rated it liked it
This novel was reviewed by my co-worker, Emily. The following is her review:

(from the book jacket): "From the moment the Hourglass group violated the rules of the space time continuum to rescue a murdered loved one, time has been in flux. People from other centuries slide into our time, intruding into our space, threatening our world. Frantically seeking a way to turn back this tide, the Hourglass begins a search for the legendary Infinityglass, tracking it to the city of New Orleans, a place wh
Jul 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
From the first few moments of Infinityglass, it's clear that this is going to be a different sort of story from the first two books in the series. For one thing, as with Timepiece, we have a new narrator -- but this time, there's two of them, and one of them is someone we've never met. And for another thing, it moves out of Ivy Springs, Tennessee, to the bustling streets of New Orleans, Louisiana.

The first voice we're treated to in Infinityglass is the titular character herself, Hallie. Hallie's
Tabitha (Bows & Bullets Reviews)
Jul 06, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: quiet-ya, reviewed
The review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets Reviews

Dune has been obsessed with the Infinityglass ever since he was a child. He’s collected every scrap of data possible to help Hourglass find this mythical object that can theoretically fix the rip in the space time continuum. Now, it appears that the infinityglass is a person, not an object and Dune is off to New Orleans to help her understand how important she is. Hallie has never been normal. Being the daughter of a gangster who spe
*Genre* Young Adult Fantasy
*Rating* 3.5

*My Thoughts*

Infinityglass wraps up the Hourglass trilogy with different characters at the helm. 17 year old Hallie Girard (Chronos), and Samoan Dune Ta'ala (Hourglass) team up when it is discovered by Lily Garcia that Hallie is the Infinityglass. It is Hallie's abilities that can actually heal the time continuum rips that have rapidly progressed thanks to the machinations of Teague and Jack Landers.

Hallie is an interesting character. She's the daughter of
Bethany Larson
Dec 01, 2012 rated it really liked it
Originally posted here.

Sometimes, books are more than just books.

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the day I watched my first episode of Doctor Who* was also the same day that Hourglass arrived in my mailbox.

Though those two things are thematically consistent with each other, what is harder to explain is what those two things have come to mean to me.

I don’t want to be hyperbolic here, because there are things in life that are more important than a TV show and a book series, but on that day
Dark Faerie Tales
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales

Quick & Dirty: Time is not on their side…

Opening Sentence: “The only reason you want my help is so you can see my girls in a corset,”I said.”

The Review:

The third Hourglass novel sticks with the previous two novels and offers to new POV. Hallie, who we soon find out is the Infinityglass and Dune who is Hourglass’s expert on the Infinityglass. Hallie can change her appearance, which is why she has been pulling jobs for dad with the help of her best friend, Poe.

Infinityglass is the the third and final book in the Hourglass trilogy.

There will be spoilers from the first two books in the series.

In Hourglass Emerson was the narrator. In Timepiece Kaleb was the narrator. Now in Infinityglass we have two new narrators, Hallie and Dune. Hallie is Paul Girard's daughter. Dune is part of the Hourglass gang.

The idea to change the narrators in each book is interesting. The idea to use two narrators who were only minor characters in the other books is even more in
Justine The Bookish Box
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Oh goodness, the love affair I’ve been having with the Hourglass books just got more intense. This is one of the few series enders that I was really happy with. So lets talk about it.

Things get really intense this time around, so if you tend to read quickly, you may want to slow it down so you can really grasp all that is happening. I feel like the tag line from the show Big Brother “D
Christy (TheReaderBee)
Infinityglass is the final book in the Hourglass series by Myra McEntire. Check out my review for Hourglass and Timepiece if you haven’t already done so!

Infinityglass picks up not long after Timepiece leaves off. The Hourglass crew is still on a mission to find the Infinityglass before its too late, and it’s literally a race against the clock. With the help of some awesome new characters, they may just find exactly what they are looking for.

As with the other two books in the series, Infinityglas
Aug 12, 2013 rated it really liked it
Infinityglass sees the continuation of the battle between those who thirst for power and those who would thwart them, but this time from the dual first-person perspectives of Hourglass member Dune and newly-discovered infinityglass Hallie. Like Timepiece before it, Infinityglass proves to be a bit more complex both in terms of the space-time continuum and with regard to Hallie’s abilities with the rips. There are times when the explanations for how she’s able to close the rips are fleeting and t ...more
Jules Goud
It is time for the Inifinityglass to be discovered before Jack and his evil minions can take her/him over and destroy the world.

Hallie is the daughter of the head of Chronus. She is also the infinityglass. Dune is the member of Hourglass that knows the most about Hallie's gift. He is going to New Orleans, and he controls the tides. Could this spell disaster?

Hallie and Dune both had problems, and yet, they are determined to not let those problems ruin their lives, but strength them. They are ver
Jul 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
A very nice ending to the series. Everything gets tied up pretty well.

Dune's powers never do seem as interesting to me as the other's powers. I thought he would really use them to make some super cool thing happen (and, like, they were necessary for the thing to happen at the end of the book. But it still wasn't nearly as epic as I had pictured it being). I just felt like he was going to get more responsibility or something because of his power. With how it was connected to the moon and
Step Into Fiction
Aug 07, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sana
Infinityglass is the third and final book in the Hourglass trilogy. I absolutely adore this series. When I read Hourglass back in April 2012, I was going through a bit of a reading slump. I was so addicted to fanfiction at the time, that I was completely missing some amazing published books. Hourglass sucked me out of my slump, and blew me away. And in June 2012, when Timepiece came out, I just knew this series would go down as an all time favorite.

Now I am not gonna lie, I really wanted Inifnit
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