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Infinity Reborn

(The Infinity Trilogy #3)

3.92  ·  Rating details ·  1,252 ratings  ·  59 reviews
Perfection has its price, and humanity is about to payunless seventeen-year-old Finn Blackstone can stop the looming threat. Her father, a brilliant but mad global tech tycoon, has deemed humanity too flawed to tolerate, and hes determined to pave the way for a superior species. Finn is the only one capable of foiling his apocalyptic schemes, but shes being held captivenot ...more
Kindle Edition, 366 pages
Published June 28th 2016 by Skyscape
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Sara Suseyi
Jul 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Yep - just 2 days to read this book. It was a fantastic finale to the series. I highly recommend this series for any sci-fi fan.
Erika
Mar 06, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: cool-sci-fi
I had so many expectations for this book, I wanted this to be good, and for the most part it was, but I like to get closure, I like my books to answer my questions and don't let loose ends, but, even if it managed to answer the big questions, there were a lot of things that were left in the air and that I just don't understand, (view spoiler) ...more
Ken
Jan 16, 2018 rated it it was ok
Three books to detail a few hours in a single day

Yes, a trilogy so detailed it took the author three novels to tell his story.

The basic premise showed originality and much promise. The story of a wealthy young girl who can do amazing things. Her recluse Father the richest man on Earth and also a scientific genius who invents things that help mankind. But what is Finn/Infinity?

They go on a school trip to her Father's manufacturing compound. There all Hell breaks loose as the computer system goes
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Juanita Johnson
Sep 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
I was a little down in the end

I wanted to see a bit of the relationship between Carlo and Finn. All in all, the entire series is fast paced and a pleasure to read.
Christina
May 25, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2016, netgalley
This book was a bit choppy. It was hard to follow and there are some aspects that have no finality. It was a pretty good story buy it was a lot of work. I wanted answers and a feeling of conclusion. I only got about half of each. It is well worth reading but if you are like me and like the questions to be tidied up by the end, you will be a bit disappointed. Reading the other books made it too hard for me to skip on this once. I think it is at least as good as book 2, possibly even better, but I ...more
Christopher
Sep 01, 2016 rated it did not like it
I literally have no idea what's going on in this final volume.

The narrative shifts and multiple personalities between "Finn" and "Inifinty" are so frequent and unexplained that it's impossible to keep track of. Revelations in one chapter ("this person is bad") are ignored or contradicted (without explanation) shortly thereafter ("this person is good"). Multiple plot threads are teased and then dropped (threatened pandemics, secret teams of codenamed soldiers, etc etc). Critical characters are
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AK Smith
Jul 18, 2016 rated it liked it
This was much better than the second book. Some of the plot holes are still there, but I minded them less. My major criticism is how quickly the end wraps up. After such a long and complicated series of scenes to maneuver us into the final accounting, I would have liked more assurance that the final blows were actually successful. Of course, there are a lot of questions that don't really get sufficient answers. Overall, this is an action packed thrill ride that is worth a read.
Taylor Chaos
Apr 11, 2018 rated it did not like it
This Trilogy started out soo promising. I by the third book just wanted to stop. I guessed what would happen, and it did. But it did so, in the most stupid generic way. From beginning to the end of this book, I was REALLY hoping that Infinity, would take over. The main character fin, kept saying things like "I'm the strong one!" less than two lines later, "Infinity where are you!?" 'I need your strength!?'... This is how you are strong? You're strong because you ask for help on the actually ...more
Jeff
Mar 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
What. A. Rush! In this epic conclusion to the Infinity Trilogy, we get most of the answers to the questions we've been asking all along, though little closure to anything. (The "epilogue", such as it exists, is barely 1 page long.) And yes, there are bits and pieces of seeming inconsistency - without giving too much away, at one point there is a Kinetic Kill Vehicle mentioned (ie, a space=based solid metal pole, which is how it is described in the book). Except that when it is finally used, it ...more
Christine Kayser
Feb 17, 2019 rated it liked it
I really liked books 1 and 2 in this series, but this one kind of lost me at times. The characters are great, and I really enjoy them. But the story meanders a lot. It didn't feel like we were driving to one central point, but just surmounting new challenges every few chapters. It felt a little like hitting the big boss in a video game, except that we hit the boss level at least once every fifth chapter or so. I also think a lot of the character development feels convenient. They're presented ...more
Prachi Gupta
Dec 31, 2019 rated it really liked it
The trilogy is an interesting & captivating story, writing style hinders it.

My reactions to this trilogy are similar to many of the other reviewers. Overall very action packed story that was arbitrarily cut into 3 books. The events happen over a single day, there was no need for multiple books. It was an interesting choice to pair such an action packed storyline with so much useless descriptive prose. It slowed the story down in seemingly random parts. The story itself was interesting which
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Evander Fragoso
Jul 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
If you're interested in innovative science fiction, this series is a must read. I really enjoyed all three books, the character exploration, and the glimpse into an incredibly advanced world with a mysterious mastermind behind all of the innovations. Mr. Blackstone is the man that the world has to thank for just about every piece of technology that they use on daily basis, and not even his daughter, Infinity, knows much about him.

Infinity attends a school for the extremely wealthy, and while
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Barbara Trice
Feb 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Well, I just finished number 3 in the Infinity Trilogy!

Number three in the infinity trilogy is the best of them all ! I hope I will be able to find more books by this author. I love the way he tells a story. The characters are all so believable even though this is really a fantasy story the likes of none I have read before. I loved every word! I would recomend these books to anyone who loves a great read.

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Ian M. Walker
Jan 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Terrific series.

I thoroughly enjoyed this series. Well written, interesting characters with an intriguing story in a fascinating world. Some of this could easily become true which likely makes it scarier. I did feel that it seemed to get a little too neat and tidy in favour of our protagonists towards the end but I've felt that with a fair few books so it is likely just me.

Oh and I'd like Infinitiy's abilities.

Highly recommended.
Teresa A Elam
Jul 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Great Adventure!

I really liked how there were secrets that were revealed in the last book which tied the entire story together. The characters were great although Professor Francis was quite annoying near the end. There was a great combination of action, friendship, family, mystery, and suspense.
Karen Guerrero-Belfort
May 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
Fun book

It was a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy. Nice twists and turns to keep it interesting. The only issue is that the author really kept all the reveals until the end instead of spreading them out a bit more evenly in books 2 and 3. The exposition sometimes slowed the story down. But otherwise, very good.
Danielle
Aug 04, 2018 rated it liked it
After getting past books 1&2, I couldn't not read 3. It was action packed from start to end - and though somewhat predictable, also had enough twists to keep it interesting. Wrapped up most of the loose ends (though frustratingly not all), making it a fairly satisfying conclusion to the series.
Carly Kirk
Sep 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
It always sucks when a great series comes to an end... but I'm really glad I got to go along for the ride that the author created. It was action packed with plenty of twists thrown in that took me by surprise. Can't wait for Mr. Harrison to write more books!
Philip
Dec 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Crazily intense trilogy

It's been an intense ride reading this trilogy, and I really can't stop so that I managed to finish the trilogy in just 5 days (minus taking care of my kids)
Steven
Sep 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
Decent books. Overly detailed in my opinion though. Good enough to have read the series. I think the battles scenes could have been a little less detailed and still have pulled it just the same. Decent books still tho
Kati-Lee N. Finch
May 20, 2019 rated it liked it
Meh

Not great. Finished the trilogy though. The ending was anticlimactic. Ten more words are required. Finished at the beach. So yeah
Mercy Bishop
Jun 19, 2018 rated it liked it
Wordy

I liked the first book and I read all three but hopefully future novels will be a bit better focused and not so....haphazard?
Bryan Jarrett
Nov 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
Action packed adventure!

This finale of this trilogy is very action packed. It follows the story line well. A very entertaining read.
I may have to read this trilogy again.
shari taylor
Oct 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Awesome story.

This is such a good story. I can't believe the depth of imagination this author has. I recommend it to everyone!
Jess
Oct 24, 2017 rated it it was ok
The first book was the best, the second was okish, and this one I am saying "thank God thats done".
Phyllis Johnson
Dec 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I loved the trilogy!

Loved the trilogy fast paced Finn is my girl who would play her in the movie? S Harrison bring on some more!
Jennifer Meierotto
Oct 18, 2017 rated it really liked it
Hard to put down

Constant action and futuristic technology kept me engrossed from cover to cover. I'm glad I read the final book in the trilogy.
Julie Grey
Jul 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Great series!

Little confusing jump from 1 to 2 & 3, but enjoyed these very much! Great main character, & exciting read.
Christine Bishop
Mar 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Great Trilogy!

S. Harrison did a wonderful job writing the Infinity Trilogy. Infinity Reborn is the perfect ending to this series. I definitely recommend reading the whole trilogy. 5 stars!
Janice
Jun 27, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: ya-lit


Infinity Reborn
The Infinity Trilogy, Book 3
By S. Harrison

Publication Date: 28 June 2016

Finn has woken up in a medical facility in what appears to be an underground chamber unsure of who she is and who is her enemy or friend. Is she Infinity, a secret operative who is sent on killing missions, or is she Finn, a girl on a field trip with friends from school.

She is both and she may not be fully human, but she will have to help her friends get out of the predicament they are in, even as her brain
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S. Harrison is an author from New Zealand, where he often indulges in his love of watching superhero movies and art house films. He frequently escapes to the many islands of the South Pacific, where he is hard at work on his writing. Infinity Lost is his first novel.

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