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There are three things Kori knows for sure about her life:

One: Her army general dad is insanely overprotective.

Two: The guy he sent to watch her, Cade, is way too good-looking.

Three: Everything she knew was a lie.

Now there are three things Kori never knew about her life:

One: There’s a device that allows her to jump dimensions.

Two: Cade’s got a lethal secret.

Three: Someone wants her dead.

320 pages, Paperback

Published November 1, 2016

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Jus Accardo

24 books1,435 followers
JUS ACCARDO spent her childhood reading and learning to cook. Determined to follow in her grandfather’s footsteps as a chef, she applied and was accepted to the Culinary Institute of America. But at the last minute, she realized her true path lay with fiction, not food.

Jus is the bestselling author of the popular Denazen series from Entangled publishing, as well as the Darker Agency series, and the New Adult series, The Eternal Balance. A native New Yorker, she lives in the middle of nowhere with her husband, three dogs, and sometimes guard bear, Oswald.

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Profile Image for Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥.
518 reviews316 followers
July 28, 2017
***4.5/5 Stars***

Infinity haunted my dreams and interrupted my thoughts throughout the day. I couldn't stop thinking about this book. I loved getting swept away by the action, adventure and the unknown. And when I reached that last page, I wasn't ready to stop being in their world. Even though it ended absolutely perfect and left me so excited for where the next book is headed! But till then, I went and added every series and standalone this author has written to my to-read list. This is the first book I've read from her, and I can't wait to read the rest.
Real love, she always said, knew no bounds. It wasn’t hindered by space or time. It couldn’t be weakened by death. Real love started in your heart and went straight through to infinity.

Starting out, I didn't know much about this book other than the few words in the synopsis. And after the first two chapters, I wasn't sure if I was going to connect to Kori Anderson. Oh, I was so wrong. Yes she did graffiti, yes she came across as abrasive, but she was so much more than that. Kori had a beautiful heart, she was selfless, she was a fighter, she could be so confident and strong and then so unsure. She was completely relatable and I loved being in her head! We learn early on that her mother passed away, and her father has to travel for work since he's a General in the Army. When he’s away, he has people in the military watch over Kori. This time he sent Cade Granger and Noah Emeal. And because of these two, her whole world was about to change.
The small bit of distance that existed between us was banished as Cade grabbed my arms and pulled me forward. A second later, his mouth covered mine. His arms wrapped tight, holding on as though I was the only real thing in the world. Like I was the last safe place amidst a raging storm. I’d never felt anything so intense. Purely cosmic and right with the world, while at the same time, wrong.
Very, very wrong.

Cade Granger slowly captured my heart. I liked him from the moment he showed up on Kori's doorstep. But as I watched his patience, hope and determination play out, I found myself being pulled further into him. Then when light was shone on his past, I was a goner. Cade was perfectly imperfect, and so were his interactions with Corey. It always felt as though there was so much emotion packed between them. Like I was standing there waiting for them to explode from the sexual tension, the unanswered questions, and the two of them constantly being pulled together. Cade and Kori were emotionally addicting!
I wasn’t some starry-eyed girl. We weren’t in love. This wasn’t going to be a fairy tale ending. But maybe it could have been. Under different circumstances, maybe we could have fallen in love.

There's a ridiculous amount of things I want to talk about, but I can't. So many of my favorite things and even moments are shrouded around some mysteries, and I can't spoil them for you. BUT know that my heart was put through the wringer. I had so much hope for some things, and it felt like I was kicked in the gut time and again. But it couldn't be any other way. And the more I learned, the more I ached thinking about being put in those situations. In those people's places. It was extremely thought provoking, annndddd I want to say more yet again but I can't.
No. This is not happening…
I clawed at his hand, desperate for air. My nails dug deep, drawing blood —I felt it, warm and slick— but it didn’t make him loosen his hold.
He grinned, as if pleased I was fighting back and, as I kicked out blindly with both legs, he laughed out loud.

I can say a few things about the 'someone who wants her dead'. And I may be one of the few who do, because this person was a psychopath. Yet I was intrigued by what he was going to do next. My interest in this villain definitely disturbed me, yet he's such a fascinating character whose death I constantly wished for.

There was only one small hangup I had while I was flipping through the pages, and that was I desperately wanted Case and Noah to have a gun. It could have been helpful, but *shrugs*. Besides that little hiccup, I loved everything! Especially that ending! I wanted to laugh, scream and cry all at the same time. So yes, I definitely recommend this book! And I hope you fall for these characters and the story-line just as much as I did!

P.S. Can I please beg for a Novella in Cade's voice? I would love to hear some of his thoughts as the story progressed and what he thought of certain interactions with others. That bonus POV got to me and I need more! My heart aches to hear his thoughts! Please, please please?

*ARC kindly provided by Entangled Publishing, LLC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

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Profile Image for Sarah Elizabeth.
4,723 reviews1,278 followers
November 1, 2016
(I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Entangled Publishing, LLC and NetGalley.)

“Real love, she always said, knew no bounds.”

This was a YA sci-fi story, featuring people who travelled between dimensions.

I can’t say I loved Kori, but she did have a strong stubborn streak and liked to do what she wanted to do, not what people told her to do. She did start to irritate me after a while though.

The storyline in this was about Kori being attacked whilst out painting a mural (illegally), and then finding out that the person who was trying to kill her was from another dimension. The story then went on from there, but I was a bit bored to be honest, and I didn’t really enjoy it.

The ending to this was a bit of a cliff-hanger, but I don’t think I’d want to read the next book in the series.

5 out of 10
Profile Image for Melissa.
749 reviews134 followers
October 26, 2016
Love this book about parallel worlds so much, and can't wait to hear what other readers think! (Can't wait for the next book.)
Profile Image for Carrie.
3,155 reviews1,514 followers
October 28, 2016
Kori is a typical rebellious teenager with one exception, her father is an Army general who is extremely overprotective. When away her father sends in a couple of soldiers to watch Kori but it's not in her nature to sit back and do what she's told but when Kori's life is threatened she begins to see her life was not what she thought.

Kori's life has become a lot more complicated when she learns that her father is the head of a special division called the Infinity Division. Those working for Infinity have discovered the ability to jump dimensions. Life is just not the same when you learn you have doppelgangers in other worlds and someone from another dimension is out to kill you.

Infinity is one that has a lot of great elements involved in the story to keep it interesting while reading along. Secret government projects, a character finding out that she's been lied to all her life, traveling to other dimensions, a bit of a romance trying to blossom... plenty to stay entertained all throughout.

The one thing I would say though is that while I enjoyed reading this one I don't think it completely jumped out as new and original. The characters are great, the plot entertaining but all of it reminds me of a few others that I had read so while this was a good one I would have liked a bit more to make it pop out on it's own.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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511 reviews515 followers
February 6, 2017
"Real love, she always said, knew no bounds. It wasn't hindered by space or time. It couldn't be weakened by death. Real love started in your heart and went straight through infinity."

This was such an exciting book, I have never really been a sci-fi fan but Illuminae has totally changed that for me, and this book way simply amazing. It's unlike any other kind of time travel or dimension hopping plot. It was intricate but so simply explained that I never felt lost or confused.

I absolutely loved that in every dimension there was a kind of love that transited logic, and certain people always managed to find each other.

The main character Kori, was without a doubt the highlight. She was intelligent, strong minded and willed, funny as hell and didn't take shit from anybody. It was beautiful to see the more vulnerable side of her as she slowly began to realise the relationships she had been cheated out of, her character changes and becomes so realistic through out the story.

This probably would have been a five star read for me if not for the romance between Kori and Cade. Don't get me wrong, I loved both their characters, but the romance made me feel slightly uncomfortable. I could see myself eventually getting used to it once they spent more time together but it all felt rather awkward and forced—I am definitely eagerly awaiting the sequel.

Can we quickly talk about this cover? I mean, come on, this is beautiful. I am going to hunt down a hard copy because I need this on my bookshelf!
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763 reviews172 followers
Shelved as 'dnf'
July 3, 2020
DNF At 37%

This book has been on my TBR pile since 2016. I told myself I was holding off on reading it because I wanted to binge the whole trilogy. Well, that moment has come and gone and here we still are in 2020. I'm officially DNFing this book with a very very heavy heart.

I usually love anything this author writes so it came as a surprise to me. Something isn't clicking for me. The characters are fine, the world-building is still in its beginning stages so there's not much I can truly say on it, and the story is moving at a steady pace which has been picking up with every chapter I read.

I'd also like to mention that even though I like a lot of this author's novels I'm not a big fan of time travel/jumping in the books I read so that may be playing a big part in my general unease with this story. I truly wanted to love this novel and it's unfortunate that that's not the case.
Profile Image for Moriah.
714 reviews88 followers
November 5, 2016
*This review will also appear on A Leisure Moment*

**I received an eARC from Entangled Teen via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

I’m a wibbly wobbly, timey whimey kind of girl. And if you’re with me, we all know what happens when one tries to cross into other dimensions. Need we mention this heart stomping, slashing, utterly tear-inducing scene?


Anyway…I could talk about my love of Ten all day, but that’s not the point. The point is how much I enjoyed Kori Anderson’s story. I loved how art was incorporated into her story so early on. It made her different than the other Koris that were mentioned throughout the story and gave her a sense of place. Not one page went by where I didn’t feel so stinkin’ bad for this dimension’s Kori! The more I got to know her, the more I liked her. She didn’t have what so many of her other selves had, and it tugged at the heartstrings. I wanted to shout at the pages, “It’s not fair!” because so much of Kori’s cut at life was just that: not fair. She handled it well, though, learning about all the things she missed, and it made her an even better MC.

I’m a huge fan of kissing scenes done right, and even though Kori and Cade Granger’s first kiss came out of the blue, it fit. It fit the mystery and general ambience of the novel. I only added it to the list of things that needed to be explained before I turned the last page and went insane. I liked Cade. He pushed Kori and didn’t even realize it, and I got a sense of the boy from his Earth, too, even though I’ve yet to venture into that domain. Their relationship was a slow burn, one that Kori tried to douse constantly. I’m still not sure how I see them, but I want to see more of them and those ah-maz-ing kissing scenes! (I also think that we need to point out who Jus used as inspiration...)


Maybe it just me, but I do have random thoughts about the what-ifs in life. I don’t go into too much depth, and it’s usually when making small decisions. The book showed that the small decisions lead to the big decisions. Noah wasn’t a decision, but a slight variance in Kori’s world. What happened to this Kori’s Noah? Was there ever a Noah in her world? I enjoyed watching their relationship progress and have no doubt it will lead to some interesting takes in the next book.

Dylan Granger, the villain of the story, was almost too villainous. Is that possible, to be too villainous? I don’t know what it was about him, but there were moments where I thought, “Really? Where’d you get that idea? Oh, wait, any crime show on television!” Maybe I’m being tough on the guy, but he had the maniacal laugh and evil twisting hands down pat, when I wanted something deeper. I hope he’ll be more surprising in the next book.

I’m a sci-fi lover and think this one deserves a spot on anyone’s sci-fi list, especially if you love a dash of romance. Even though there were moments when I thought it was too predictable, there were a few surprises that I didn’t see coming. Overall, the beautiful cover matches the story inside, and I can’t wait to read the rest of Kori’s adventures through alternate dimensions.

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750 reviews258 followers
December 28, 2016
you can read my review HERE as well!
Infinity was a spontaneous read for me, which isn't unheard of for me. But, what is unheard of is that I stayed up until 6 AM trying to finish this. And finish it I did! Surprisingly, I found this enjoyable!

Since Kori's mother died, she's taken a new way to express her grief: drawing murals on the shoddier parts of military town she's resided in. But when an incident gets her caught, Kori is stuck at home with two soldiers: Cade and Noah.

When Kori sneaks off to take a picture, she's attacked. While her soldier-sitters come to her rescue, it opens up a whole new world of strange. Because Cade and Noah aren't from Kori's Earth, but a different one. One where their Kori is dead. And, apparently, on every other Earth, she and Cade are always in love. If that isn't strange enough, well. That's exactly the reason she's in danger.

This book was similar to Claudia Gray's Firebird series. But where that book focused more on the romance than anything else, this was based on revenge. It's pretty much a crazy ride from beginning to finish. Kori, Cade, and Noah are on a race to protect innocent people from a deranged guy from their Earth who is hell bent on revenge.

While I found some of the methods they used slightly sketchy, the author was ready good at creating a sense of urgency in her scenes. I kept wanting to put the book down so I could sleep, but I just had to continue and find out what happens next for the trio, or what was in store for them.

I also really liked Kori! She was a funny and determined girl, full of sass. She didn't let a hot guy keep her from wanting to know what she had to know, or from stranding her ground. Often times, she was quite sensible. She wasn't a damsel or a love struck girl. I admired her spunk and honesty! She was quite brutal when it comes to honesty; I loved it.

I thought the romance was a bit... strange. I don't want to give too much away, but I found it extremely weird that Cade would keep doing what Kori would sometimes initiate despite her being a doppelgänger of the girl he was in love with. Supposedly, on every Earth they both exist in are in love, but not every Kori is the same as his Kori. What's more is that he never seemed to be over his Kori, either.

Not to mention, I thought Kori was a bit hypocritical sometimes. But then again, it was the same hot-and-cold attitude that's in so many romances lately; they'll have the urge to make-out but then push each other away. It was really annoying.

I wish Noah had more page time. While his character annoyed me just like he did Kori, I really wanted to see more depth and development to him. There was too much convenient time focused solely on Cade and Kori--which, if you ask me, is pretty dumb on Noah's part because please. It's obvious things would happen.

The whole concept of different, alternate dimensions is one that has intrigued me since it was mentioned in The Flash. During the story, they didn't jump from different Earths, it was explained. But it felt kind of half-assed to me. I wanted more to be explained, but I hope it happens in book 2. I don't want to be cheated of the whole aspect of how they appear on different Earths.

Overall, 3.5 stars. I liked this story and while it had some flaws, I'm looking forward to the sequel!
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964 reviews163 followers
December 11, 2016
I loved “Infinity.” It is a quick read with an interesting premise that still manages to pack in some heartbreak.

All of the character interactions and backstories were amazing, with the premise of inter-dimensional travel making it possible to develop them on many extra levels. The science was explained just enough to feel plausible without making my eyes glaze over. I can’t even begin to explain how perfect and psychotic the villain of the story is. I read it all in one sitting.

“Infinity” is a great read for anyone who enjoys some science fiction mixed with reality and a dose of romance.

This unbiased review is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher.
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2,076 reviews13.3k followers
November 4, 2016
This book showed up as a surprise in my mailbox from the publisher and I was intrigued from the moment I saw it. I haven't read a book that takes place in alternate dimensions before, so I picked it right up and dug in.

Kori loves her art and has found solace in it ever since her mother died of cancer. One night when she is tagging a wall with her art, three mysterious guys come across her path and change everything Kori has ever known. Learning that her father is part of a secret program working to allow people to jump dimensions, Kori gets a look into the alternate lives she could have lived and her whole existence is threatened when someone from another dimension is out to kill her.

From the moment the book started, I was sucked into this story. I really enjoyed Kori's character and how headstrong she was. When she first meets Cade and Noah, she instantly doesn't trust them and isn't shy in asking for answers. She's so upfront and honest, which makes her the perfect person to be in this kind of story with someone trying to kill her and secrets constantly unraveling about her family and her life. She was so passionate about her family and trying to stop the crazy guy who was out to kill her for just being born as herself. This book could have easily become confusing with the endless alternate dimensions, but I could follow along very easily and became invested in the characters.

What I was most excited for was definitely the romance. I loved how the Kori in the other dimension was in love with Cade, but her dimension didn't even have a Cade in existence. Her chemistry with him was something that neither of them could explain or understand and it was so hard to watch them try to figure out if it was real or only there because of what Cade felt for the Kori in his world. And Kori's relationship with Noah was definitely rocky but I loved how that progressed as well.

Overall I really enjoyed Infinity! There were some moments where I got a little annoyed with Kori and how repetitive it became of her pushing Cade away, but that's just me being picky. If you want a very unique sci-fi read about alternate dimension with a romance you'll become attached to, you should definitely pick up Infinity!
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1,190 reviews88 followers
August 6, 2017
I'm such a fan of sci-fi that this book just screamed at me to love it. And I did. The premise is intriguing and smart, the characters are both endearing and a pain in the ass with making certain choices but that keeps you engaged and entertained. Kori Cade and Noah are faced with an impossible task and how they work to find a solution just keeps you so engaged. And that bonus chapter, I mean it gives you soooo much to anticipate for the next book!
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193 reviews45 followers
November 4, 2016
Quite simply the easiest five stars I've ever given a book. WOW. WOW WOW WOW.
This was incredible. A huge thanks to Entangled Teen for sending me an eARC of this, which I devoured in less than 5 hours. Accardo created an enthralling approach to parallel dimensions, weaving a plot that was incredibly easy to understand, yet exciting enough that I was never bored. I can get easily lost with talk of parallel dimensions (and also get a little scared because that shit is crazy), but Infinity managed to capture all the awe inter-dimensional travel can inspire without making it too techy and confusing.
The characters were vivacious and genuine, jumping off the pages and capturing my heart and mind. Kori was a fucking RIOT. There's nothing I love more than a character who's unafraid to stand up for herself and fight back, and I loved how vicious she could be. She didn't beat around the bush; she was honest, maybe sometimes to a fault, but she had good intentions. Cade and Noah, especially the latter, were a bunch of swoon-worthy boys that had me sucking in sharp breaths and try to control my shrieks. I LOVED THEM. I especially loved their backstories and their complicated relationship with Kori. It was intense and heartbreaking and so, so incredibly tender. I wanted to cry.
Accardo's writing was the strong backbone to this story, intertwining all the pieces of this story together to create an unbelievably strong and passionate tale of love, loss, and the lengths someone will go to avenge a loved one. This was fantastic and I highly recommend this to everyone!
Profile Image for Kate (beautifulbookland).
372 reviews117 followers
July 2, 2017
Kori's dad is an army general. Strict? You got it. But when two soldiers (basically glorified baby sitters) turn up to keep an eye on Kori while her dad is away, her world is rocked. First, she gets attacked on the street by a psycho. Then said psycho manages to enter her house, and attacks her again. And then? She finds out there are parallel worlds, her two protectors/baby sitters are from a different timeline, and her dad is part of a secret government division that allows travel between those worlds. It's overwhelming, right?

Kori is fire. She is so fucking strong and she's definitely willing to stand up for herself. She has some pretty difficult relationships with Cade and Noah, but she always tries to be realistic and logical and says it how it is. She's also pretty funny, and has definitely earned her spot on my 'favourite females' shelf.

"Anyone who knows me is well aware that I'm perfectly capable of getting myself into trouble without outside help."

The relationships that Kori has with Cade and Noah are brilliant and believable. Sure, there's an attraction between Kori and Cade, but there's no insta-love. And Kori and Noah just MELTED MY HEART.

I see you, Noah Anderson, you big ol' softy, you. You don't fool me with your brooding ways.

I highly recommend this book, and I'm so pleased I have the next one lined up!
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5,158 reviews458 followers
June 24, 2017
*Source* Publisher
*Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction
*Rating* 3.5

*My Thoughts*

"There are three things Kori knows for sure about her life:

One: Her army general dad is insanely overprotective.
Two: The guy he sent to watch her, Cade, is way too good-looking.
Three: Everything she knew was a lie.

Now there are three things Kori never knew about her life:

One: There’s a device that allows her to jump dimensions.
Two: Cade’s got a lethal secret.
Three: Someone wants her dead.

Infinity is the first installment in author Jus Accardo's The Infinity Division series. 17-year old Kori Anderson is something of a rebel. She really doesn't get along with others. But, as an artist, she loves to defile public property with her artwork. She's been caught doing hard core tagging. Kori, as you have surmised, has a penchant for getting herself into trouble. Call it acting out if you will after losing her mother a few years before.

*Full Review @ Gizmos Reviews*

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1,478 reviews217 followers
February 6, 2017
2.5 stars. I was drawn in to the story. But.
Major info dump and underdeveloped characters. Way too many plot threads and lame villain. I mean, this guy is like a Sheldon Cooper Joker wannabe. Disappointed.
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Author 1 book20 followers
July 6, 2018
4.5 stars

First off, I have to thank the publisher for sending me a copy that I did not expect to receive. I don't know if I would have ever discovered this awesome book otherwise!

I have never read or heard of a book like this one. And the fact that I don't like sci-fi, which is the genre this book is based on, really astounded me because I loved this book!

"Infinity" is about Kori who is to be watched while her General of the Military father is away, because of her tendency to cause trouble with the law. But she finds out that her babysitters are actually two people from a whole other dimension of Earth and that it is possible to travel to different dimensions because of a top secret government organization called "The Infinity Division" who has created duel dimension traveling.

The summary had my interest piqued instantly. And the plot followed through amazingly. There was so much action, drama, suspense, everything I look for in a book like this one. The plot was completely unpredictable. In the beginning, I had so many questions that I was getting anxious. I loved how this book kept you guessing. Because in the beginning, you really don't know anything about this secret government or dimension traveling so you're just left wondering what these two boys who are watching Kori are hiding. The suspense killed me for the longest time.

The plot did take unexpected turns. Overall, I don't think it went in the way I expected. I was thinking this book was going to be strictly about characters traveling to different dimensions of Earth. In reality, it's about Kori and these two boys trying to stop a guy who has come to Kori's Earth seeking revenge on people who have hurt him in his dimension. I kind of wished we could have seen the dimension traveling which is why I couldn't give this book a full five stars. However, it looks like there will be more traveling in the sequel so I'm looking forward to that.

Kori was a very funny character. She came off as a snarky girl which added to her humor and why I loved her so much. She lost her mother to cancer a few years ago and is still grieving. She expresses herself through art, which is vandalizing public property. I could tell all along that she had a good heart and I loved her character from the start.

It was more difficult for me to get into Cade's character since he isn't very likable at first. But he grew on me in the end. He's completely loyal and admirable and deep down sweet, even though he puts up a hard front.

The romance in this book was pretty interesting. I won't go into why so that I don't give any spoilers. ;) Overall though, I enjoyed the romance and found it to be a hint steamy for a YA book, lol. But I loved every bit of it.

And the writing was spot on. Jus Accardo's writing style is really poetic and just a pleasure to read. I ALOMST read this book in one sitting because I was so addicted to it. I'm positive I'll give her other books a try so that I can get more of it!

I strongly encourage you to pick this book up. It was a trill ride.

I was going to live my life in vivid color.
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420 reviews103 followers
February 16, 2017
“Real love, she always said, knew no bounds."

I usually don't like stories about alternate dimensions, just a personal preference I have. But I must say, this is the best story about dimension travelling that I've read so far.

All Kori want's to do, is work on her mural. When she is escorted home by the police in the early morning, her father puts her on house arrest. When he has to travel away for work, he sends in two soldiers to watch over Kori. Only these aren't regular soldiers, they are Kori's friends from an alternate Earth, trying to save her life.

I liked Kori as a main character, but I didn't necessarily love her. I loved that she was very strong, she knew how to take care of herself and she was incredibly smart. Comparing her to the other Koris she is told about in the story, I'm glad we got to read from this one's point of view, I'm not sure if I would have finished this book if it was in the other's view. There were a lot of times that Kori couldn't understand the other character's emotions and what they were trying to tell her, even though it was clearly in her face. Other than that, she was a wonderful character.

I wasn't a huge fan of Cade (the love interest), he was okay but he just seemed really immature and jumpy to me. Definitely not my type of guy. On the other hand, Nathan was just my type. He was strong, smart, knew when to talk and when to keep his mouth shut. I loved everything about him, honestly probably more than Kori herself.

The storyline was alright. It was definitely interesting and I did want to continue reading, but I could also see some people getting bored and giving up. I feel like you have to be really into the "parallel universe" type of books to be able to get through this one fast.

What I didn't like about this book, was how predictable it was. Unfortunately there were no characters that surprised you throughout the book, and basically what you think will happen, happens. No surprises and nothing crazy.

This story definitely had potential, but it just wasn't a complete winner for me. I still really liked it, and will definitely continue the series if I can.

Happy Reading,
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156 reviews45 followers
November 20, 2016
* This review was first published on my blog Magiverse (: *

I received this book from Entangled Publishing LLC via Netgalley for an honest review. As always, I only ever write my true thoughts.

Best parallel universes book I have ever read (and trust me, I tried a few).

Infinity was... wow.
Not what I was expecting. I had no idea this book was going to render me unable to do anything other than reading it.
My heart was pounding. My mind was all the way in.
The risks were high and I was constantly scared for the characters.

My favorite kind of book.

I usually don't like to compare books to other things but, for lack of better words right now, I would say this book was somewhat of a mash-up between The Long Game, Hunting Lila and the anime Steins Gate.

In other words: it was fantastic.


Kori is a 17-year-old artist. She's witty, tough, and a rebel who goes by her own rules.
That's how life is when you have a commander for a father and a mother dead from cancer.

After getting caught for vandalism and her father too busy to deal with her, Kori finds herself babysitted by two strange army guys who are practically her age.
She doesn't need babysitting, but it doesn't seem like she has much of a choice in the matter.

What should have been a one time deal turns into a chase across the city after a bloodthirsty psychopath from another dimension.
A psychopath who's not only determined to wreck havoc until he finds what he wants but also kills Tori. Again and again and again. He doesn't really care how many dimensions it's going to take.

Well, this Kori cares.
And she'll be damned if she does nothing to stop it.

Ignore the official synopsis on Goodreads.
Ignore everything.
This is a book that needs to be read.
I can't tell you much more because most things in this book need to come as a surprise. Which is why I'm assuming there is hardly any actual information in the official synopsis. I tried to give here as much as I could but I don't want to ruin the experience for you.
So... read it. And then discuss it with me. Okay? (:


Full Review (with spoilers)

This is a story of love and revenge.

Across dimensions.
It's been a while since I've read a story like that.

At the beginning, I was almost as clueless as Kori as to what was going on.

In the grand scheme of things, of course I knew a little bit more than her - like the fact that Dylan, Noah, and Cade were from a different dimension.
But aside from that, I knew nothing more.
The synopsis didn't give anything away and so we slowly unearthed things from Kori's POV.
Slowly, because everyone seemed not to want to tell her anything at all.

Got to hand it to Kori, she refused to back down.
Which I absolutely freaking LOVED about her.

Do you know those books where everyone seems to know something the protagonist doesn't? And they all hide it from her for 'her own good'?
Well, I hate it.
I hate it so much.
And so does Kori.
Because more often than not, it ends up being the reason something horrible happens. How can the protagonist protect herself from something that obviously concerns her if everyone keeps on hiding the truth from her?
It makes no sense.
And many times, the protagonist gives up the fight or doesn't fight strongly enough for answers.
Not Kori. Kori doesn't follow orders. She questions them. She questions everything.
And she's also smart, tough as nails, and very perspective.
She's not a girl to be messed with.
She's someone I want as my friend.

Then we have our two boys, Noah and Cade. Who are brothers in everything but blood.
They just saw the murder of their sister \ lover, and before they even had time to grieve they were forced to jump from dimension to dimension after the killer, who is not only hell bent on finding his dead lover, but also in killing Kori in every dimension.
How does a person even begin to deal with that kind of thing?

Well, there is the Cade method of dealing, which includes trying to save Kori as many times as it takes.
Despite the fact that his own Kori is gone, he doesn't intend to let any other Kori out there die.

And then there is the Noah method of dealing, which includes distancing himself and throwing all his pent up anger on the looks alike of his dead sister.
He refuses to believe Kori (our Kori) is her because he knows that if he'll get emotionally attached, even for a second, and she dies again... he wouldn't be able to take it.

And then we have our run in the mill psychopath, Dylan, who will kill everything and everyone until he finds the girl he loves.
Which is disturbing, wrong, insane, psychotic but also... sympathetic.
Which I hate that I feel that way, because I hate Dylan so much. I hate that I feel even a twinge of sympathy for this maniac.

He's doing all the wrong and twisted things. There are so many other ways he could have gone about it. Like, I don't know, maybe try to find Ava without killing anyone?
But the guy went insane the moment he lost Ava.
Even if he gets some version of her back, I don't think he'll ever be the same again.
He won't be forgiven anyway. Not for everything he's done.

At least he did one good thing at the end, giving Kori a chance to live.
Doesn't mean I like him for it.

It wasn't funny, but for some reason we all burst out laughing.

Ah, there is nothing quite like that bonding moment after an almost death, is there?

I loved the tentetive relationship between Noah and Kori. It was the sweetest thing.
Noah had lost his sister, and Kori is missing a brother.
Despite the fact that it will never be the same, that our Kori will never replace the Kori Noah grew up with, I really feel that... towards the end, they started seeing they could have a special brother-sister bond of their own.

I just loved all those little moments between them; when they held hands, when Noah was terrified after Kori was shocked, and when Noah was smiling from ear to ear as he realized Kori wasn't going to die but actually join them in their hunt across dimensions.

Hi! I'm Kori, your almost cousin, and these two guys are from alternate reality where, apparently, we're both dead. If you'd kindly come with us, you could help stop a multiverse-hopping lunatic, who has a serious hard-on for you, from killing a lot of people.

*laughing uncontrollably* Yeah, I'm sorry, Kori, but even I, a hardcore fantasy lover, would have thought it lunacy.

Now that Dylan is not dead and the hunt continues, I can't help but wonder what's in store for us next.

What I'm hoping would happen:

* More Kori & Noah bonding time (because there would never be enough of that).

* More Cade & Kori getting to know each other time (which I'm sure we'll get).

* Some much needed information about who Ava is. Because, honestly, all we really know about her is that she loves black colors, she's Kori's cousin in many dimensions, she died in a car accident, and she's the love of Dylan's life.
What we don't know about her is: did she love Dylan just as much as he loves her? What was she like - in terms of personality? How did she get along with Kori, Cade, and Noah? And basically everything else. When you think about it, we really don't know anything about her.

* Kori meeting her mother. Yes, we all know it will never be the same and that Kori's real mother is dead, but... like Kori said, it doesn't matter as long as she'll get to have at least one last conversation with her mother.

And that's pretty much all I can think of at the moment.
This book was great and I enjoyed it so much.
And now...
I think I'm going to read Jus Accardo other books as I wait for the next Infinity.

In an infinite universe, anything that could be imagined might somewhere exsist.
-- Dean Koonz, Dead and Alive

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455 reviews56 followers
November 10, 2016

3.0 “Jumping Dimensions” Stars

ARC via NetGalley

Thank you, Entangled Teen.

I was really looking forward to this book ever since I saw that beautiful cover and read the blurb a while ago. It was such a cool premise with promises of great adventures and hot romance. While it had some of that, the execution wasn’t what I was hoping for.

Infinity is the story of Kori, the teenage daughter of a US General who lost her mother and is dealing with her grief and loneliness by focusing on art. Kori is no stranger to trouble, but things get a little out of hand when two young, hot strangers (Cade and Noah) show up at her door to babysit her while her father is away. With them comes a threat to Kori’s life in the form of Dylan, the book’s villain. These three guys have something in common—they’ve all met a different version of Kori in the past (many versions, in fact) because they jump dimensions, going from Earth to Earth. Cool, right?

The whole thing could’ve been even cooler, if it had been told in a different manner. Unfortunately, the narrative required a suspension of disbelief that went beyond what I’d usually accept for a book in this genre.

I can’t complain too much about Kori because, while her strong voice could become too much at times, she was the most sensible person in the book. While it seemed like Noah and Cade had been sent to protect her (which also didn’t make that much sense since her father was a general who could’ve gotten highly trained soldiers to protect her), those two often watched as Kori fought to stay safe and alive.

The whole idea behind Cade and Noah’s presence in “our Earth” was their link to Dylan, the “bad guy”, but I honestly don’t think it worked in their favour. Instead of predicting Dylan’s moves because they supposedly knew him better than anyone else, those guys were always a step behind Dylan. So why had they been sent after him? What was the purpose of letting two untrained teenagers hunt a crazy guy across dimensions? What was the purpose of leaving Kori in their care? I just didn’t get it.

I also didn’t get Dylan and his motives. Sure a motive was provided to explain why he went insane and started hunting and killing people across dimensions, but was it enough? I can’t say it was. Or he wasn’t portrayed/developed as well as he should’ve in order to make that motive enough. He just seemed like a lunatic, if you ask me.

It didn’t help that Dylan seemed smarter, stronger, faster and anything “more” than anyone else, even though it made no sense that he’d be all that. There were so many chances to take him down, but yet no one did. No one seemed strong enough and, in many situations, no one even tried (except Kori). Why would Noah and Cade often stand there and just watch as Dylan assaulted Kori or went on and on about how he’d ruin all their lives? Then they’d be “oh, he escaped, what do we do now?” I mean... no, please, no. Even Kori’s father, a freaking general, acted as if Dylan was this super powerful person, which he wasn’t. Again, just a lunatic with an unjustified thirst for revenge.

Another thing that bothered me was the fact that Dylan had his chance to take Kori when they first met, but he just walked away? Why was that? Was it because he wanted Cade to meet her first before he tried to kill her? Maybe? I’m not sure.

Last but not least, where was all the dimension jumping? I understand this was the first book in the series, but I wish they’d been a little more of the element that made this story unique in this one, instead of saving it all for the next.

While I had a lot of problems with the execution, as you can see, I enjoyed most of the relationships and I see potential in this story.

Kori was a strong main character. I had a few problems with her in the beginning–she came across as self-centred a little in the first couple chapters—but she got better when things started to happen. She wasn’t a girl in need of saving, even though Dylan was trying to kill her the entire time, because she got things done herself. I admire that.

Cade had this mysterious vibe to him that appealed to me, and Noah was a character with tons of promise. I loved how Noah was open and honest about his friendship with Cade, and how he grew close to Kori toward the end.

As to the romance, Entangled Teen usually doesn’t disappoint me in that segment. Cade and Kori had some emotional moments, and a lot of steamy ones. The thing keeping them apart (Cade's past and how it related to Kori and made her feel like he wasn't in it for her, but because he didn't want to let go of someone else) felt real enough and justified Kori's reluctance. I only wished they had taken their time, you know? It started to feel a lot like insta-love, and that will often hurt the romance. But I did like the "we're meant to be" vibe. I usually do.

So while Infinity wasn’t perfect, it was a fast read with interesting concept and good relationships. It has potential to get better if the author puts more focus on the motives behind the character's actions and less on writing action-packed scenes after scenes.
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207 reviews49 followers
March 13, 2017
****4.5 stars****

I really enjoyed this book. Kori was such a sassy character with awesome comebacks and dialogue in general. I loved the interactions between the characters, the plot, its setup and how its delivered.

Really the only issue i had with this book is Dylan the bad guy. He was lacking a bit and definitely didnt compare to Cade or Noah. The romance is actually something i loved but that has a lot to do with Kori and how she thought about it.

I honestly cannot wait for book 2! I know its going to get crazy and all i can say is if you want a fun, intriguing sci-fi about multiple earths and what not! Try this one!

*entangled teen sent this to me in exchange for an honest review! And an honest review is what you got!! :) *
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179 reviews28 followers
November 4, 2016

3.5 stars

First of all, let's just take a moment to appreciate the book cover and synopsis. The cover and that Jump dimensions. Save the world. Don't fall in love. line? Awesome. The blurb sounded like an interesting kind of mysterious.

Good characterization and writing? Check. I easily connected with this book because of Kori's angst, which I don't usually find in my reads. I find myself either agreeing with her, feeling amazed or amused about how she thinks and how she carries herself alone. Other characters were great, I loved Noah and his moments, he's actually sweet despite the harsh front and he's strong willed. And then there's Cade who I liked the least. I think he seemed too obsessed with his Kori and revenge, and I didn't get anything more from his personality. Dylan is batshit crazy. Some of his actions were unbelievable but I think he kinda pulled it off too.

Insta-love? Check. Though It didn't completely worked for me. I felt bad with the Kori that Cade knew because one minute he was reliving memories of his Kori and then the next minute he was kissing the other Kori like she's the air he breathes. Just no please.
It was like,
Cade + his Kori = love
And then,
Cade + his dead Kori + badass Kori in another world = love too?
I think it would work better if they liked each other on the next book since it promised more of their moments together. It just felt rushed and forced here.

Action promising and epic plot? - I mean, parallel worlds! If I wasn't sold with that idea alone, I don't know what will. Sadly, jumping to different dimensions weren't exactly shown here. The next book though, is the start of it so... I can't wait to know about it. There were some thrilling moments but I think this first book was concerned with building the concept and introducing the characters so I guess I was okay with it. And soooo looking forward to the next adventures.

There were inconsistencies and insane ideas the author needs to wrap up, but it didn't make it less entertaining. I know that counting the days before I get my hands on the next book is impossible since this was just released recently. Meanwhile, I'll just go check other works of the author hoping to be sucked in some equally or even better fantastic world she created.

**Received as an ARC from the publisher via Netgalley for an honest review.
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1,878 reviews1,310 followers
December 20, 2016
Kori is the daughter of an army general. She's living close to a military base instead of inside, which gives her a bit of freedom. She loves to express herself through art, which is risky, but she's never backed away from a challenge. When her father finds out he makes sure she's being watched. Kori soon learns from Cade, who's keeping an eye on her, that there are a lot of things she doesn't know about her existence. She also finds out she isn't safe at all.

Cade has traveled to Kori's dimension together with Noah. They're trying to stop an evil revenge plan from becoming reality. Kori is involved, but she has no idea what she's done and why she's the one who's being targeted. Will Cade be able to prevent Kori from being harmed or will he be too late to stop the evil plan that's being set in motion?

Infinity is a gripping story. I instantly loved Kori. She's brave and fierce and she isn't afraid to get into trouble. She's a friendly girl with a lot of talents. Cade is protective and caring. He's a really nice guy who feels deeply, I liked that about him. Cade and Kori meet in a strange way and I instantly loved their connection, which is quite complicated and therefore incredibly interesting. They're surrounded by secrets. I love good stories about this topic and was hooked from the start.

Jus Accardo has written a great story about time. I loved her way of thinking. Infinity is action-packed and I enjoyed finding out more and more about the secret Cade is keeping. I loved the direction Jus Accardo has chosen for her story and her main characters are all fascinating, both the good and the bad ones. While there's a lot of adrenaline, the story also has an emotional part. It's a bit of a puzzle and Jus Accardo delivers it piece by piece, which for me was the best part of Infinity. I loved these snippets of information that lead me to seeing the whole picture eventually. Infinity is a fascinating story with a solid idea behind it. I loved this wonderful book.
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2,415 reviews385 followers
November 4, 2016
A solid start to this series of different worlds.

The blurb for this book grabbed me and I'm happiest when in the YA world. What emerges from the pages is a rather complex but intriguing series of events leading to the heroine, Kori, finding out that her life, her world is not as it seems. Kori was a likeable character, full of attitude, head-strong but with vulnerabilities. Kori finds herself being minded by two young soldiers Cade and Noah. These two are like good cop, bad cop; chalk and cheese. Kori quickly realises they're not just minders.

The story direction took a bit of technical grasping, but once I was initiated in the Infinity world, I flew with the concept. There was some chemistry between the characters but any romance felt secondary to the story itself. There were some characters that I enjoyed disliking, like Dylan. Some of the twists felt a little predictable but the story was an interesting journey.

A copy of this book was provided by the publisher through netgalley in return for an honest review.

Reviewed for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.
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1,662 reviews356 followers
October 30, 2016
When I found out there was a new Jus Accardo book coming out I was super excited. I have always enjoyed her stories and Infinity, book one of the Infinity Division series, falls into that category right alongside her other books.

Kori is a typical teenager with a few exceptions. Her father is a pretty high ranking army general which requires her to move around quite a bit which means she doesn’t really get close to anyone. When her mother died, Kori had a rough time and because of her father’s job, he wasn’t there for her. In an attempt to stay close to her, Kori starts a mural on a public wall. Since her work is against the law, she only goes out late at night to paint and when the story opens, she crosses paths with someone who will change the course of her entire future.

I like Kori. She hasn’t had things easy and she isn’t afraid to stand up for herself. When she is put into a situation that seems completely unreal, Kori is able to look at things objectively and figure out what the path forward should be. Yes, at times she acts rashly but in the end, she puts some thought into what she is doing and her end goal is almost always, protecting the people she loves/cares about.

On the day we meet Kori, she is caught by the local cops defacing the wall with her painting. When her father finds out what she has been up to, he isn’t happy and when he feels like he can’t trust her to stay in line, he has some of his army privates hang around to make sure she does. Since he’s headed out of town, Kori expects them to show up at any time and sure enough, two guys (Cade and Noah) she has never met before but apparently work for her dad, come to “babysit” her and keep her out of trouble. Kori, of course, finds it ridiculous and decides she is still going to get out of the house…without her wardens.

This is the part of the story when things begin to pick up and Kori begins to find out things she never expected. The first important piece of information is that there are alternate universes that include different versions of her and the people around her. The second thing she finds out is that the two men sent to protect her are actually from another universe and they are both linked to her in that universe. Not only that, but her mom and dad aren’t exactly who she thought they were. Yes, her father works for the military but he leads a secret program that Kori’s mom developed which involves the ability to skip from one universe to another.

The characters in this book were very well-developed. I thought the backstories for both Cade and Noah were believable and their links to Kori (from the other universe) helped keep the story moving forward. The tension between these characters was well done and it helped them realize just how different they are from one universe to the next. They all were pushed to realize that even though there are multiple versions of someone, they aren’t always the same due to the circumstances they grew up with.

The bad guy in the story is linked to Cade and Noah’s universe. Dylan is searching for something he may never find and he doesn’t really care who he hurts as long as he gets what he wants. I thought Accardo did a good job of building his backstory around what he was doing and linking the rest of the story to his conflict with Cade. As emotional as he was about the situation, I found it interesting that he always had a backup plan and was able to get out of whatever plan the group had to stop him.

One other thing I can always count on with books from Jus Accardo is a bit of romance. Of course, because Kori and Cade have a history from his perspective, initially he looks at her and sees the Kori from his universe but that definitely changes. This Kori is so different from the one he grew up with and I have to say, I was really glad that Accardo cleared the air around that bit of detail because I wanted Cade to be better than that. I am also glad he had the opportunity to tell Kori because otherwise she would have continued to doubt his feelings.

Once Kori learns more about what is really going on and she, Cade, and Noah start working together, the story is almost non-stop action. Kori, Noah, and Cade are constantly on the run either trying to find answers or people and I thought Accardo did a fantastic job tying everything together. This was a fast-paced, action filled, story that kept me turning the pages. I found it to be a fairly quick read and although I thought the ending felt slightly rushed, I enjoyed the story. I love a good parallel universe story and look forward to seeing what happens next for these characters. If you are looking for a YA sci-fi that has strong characters and a great story, definitely check this one out. I will definitely be picking up the next book in this series when it is released.

Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for the review copy!
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Author 17 books326 followers
July 29, 2017
This is my first read by author Jus Accardo. I have to say, i'm impressed. I adored this book! I was sucked in from the beginning and am already craving the next one in the series!
Kori was such a great character. I loved the complexity the author created in her. She's a military brat that likes to act out. She's no drunk or druggie, no she's a vandal. She vandalizes with a purpose, though. She wants to bring hope to others. To Kori, art is like a sliver of hope that she can bring to others. I liked the poetic theme there, especially with the mural she dedicated to her mom.
She was used to being on her own, until one night a cop has to call her dad, a general in the army stationed at the local base. He promises the cop Kori will be dealt with.
Since the general had to leave town right away, he sent two guys from base to watch her until he returns. Except, they don't look like ordinary military types. She's suspicious, but with identification she lets them in.
This is where we meet Kade and Noah. There is so much more going on than she could have ever realized. After overhearing a conversation that sets her mind reeling, she bolts. Unfortunately, it's strait into danger.
As the story unravels, things get very interesting and there are lots of twists I didn't expect. Relationships are revealed, family secrets come to light, and there's even a dose of romance involved.
This story was original in a way that kept me guessing. I really need to know what happens next!
**Warning: While the story wraps up at the end, there is a cliffhanger that sets things up for the next book.**
I highly recommend this book to young adults and adults alike. It gets five glittery stars for being a stellar read!
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256 reviews18 followers
August 4, 2017
Kori is your average rebellious teen, her mother passed and her father is super overprotective, so when he leaves on a mission, Kori is left with babysitters-and she's falling for one of them!! I loved the depth of Kori's character and how art was her way of expression. She definitely matures through the book and you get to see a much more compassionate and selfless side of her that was hidden by the whole rebellious act in the beginning. And I especially liked that she was determined to find out what was going on in her life and she had her head well screwed on her shoulders!

Basically the plot is kind of Fallen by Lauren Kate meets Through Fire & Sea by Nicole luiken. There are different dimensions and in each of those there's a doppelgänger of each person. And in every dimension, Kori is dead expect for this one-which is why she's in danger. And in every dimension, Kori and Cade are in love. But why is she dead in all the other dimensions? And can she outlive her dopplegangers or suffer the same fate in this dimension?

I have to put in a special word for the villain-the character who wants her dead-was absolutely phenomenally written! This character keeps you on the edge of your seat and you just can't wait to see what that person does next! It was a total psycho but omg the tension and the suspense was spectacular!

Romance wise, it was great but I wasn't that hooked on it because Cade doesn't seem to be over his Kori from the other dimension so I was just wondering how that would work out. I just have a hard time sensing how much he actually loves Kori for Kori or he's just clinging on to her because she reminds him in some ways of his Dead Kori.

But the author had a great flow in her writing especially when it came to tense and urgent scenes!
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1,154 reviews168 followers
May 8, 2018
Infinity is a young adult time-traveling suspense novel. Kori's normal, boring life soon gets extremely interesting and dangerous when she finds herself in the middle of some inter-dimensional battle. Not only is she fighting for her own life, but the life of others as well. This story follows Kori as she, Cade, and Noah race against time to try to find the key players in Kori's dimension, before Dylan finds them first and eliminates them.

While this revolves around Dylan traveling to Kori's dimension in the hopes of killing her and the Tribunal members who sentenced him to death in his own dimension, there isn't any actual dimension jumping. Instead, Cade, Kori, and Noah race all over the place, trying to find the Tribunal members before Dylan does. Not to mention, that since Cade is the real person Dylan is angry at, Kori is the one with the target on her back. In their dimension, Kori and Cade were in love. So, Dylan has it set in his mind that if he kills all the Kori's in every dimension, that it will be payback enough for what Cade did. It was all a bit over-dramatic if you ask me.

I liked the idea of this story. I can't say that I've read any dimension traveling stories before. However, with all the excitement and suspense, I found myself a little bored. I don't know why exactly I didn't connect with the characters, but I just didn't. Kori's whole back and forth with Cade was a bit repetitive. I mean, how many times do you need to make out with him to see how it would feel? Only to be put off by the fact that you are pretty sure that while your sucking face, he's getting you confused with his Kori. I'm hoping that now that the wheels have started turning, the next book will be more entertaining for me.

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249 reviews94 followers
October 6, 2017
✨3.5 STARS✨

Finally finished this! Took me long enough 😆 I have to say that this book was pretty good. I’ve never read this author before now but she’s been on my radar for a while. Her Denizen series has been on my tbr for a long time but I haven’t gotten around to it. However I was recommended this book and had heard about it through booktube. The plot line instantly caught my attention way more than her other series. There’s something about the idea of parallel Earths that fascinates me. Honestly I blame my obsession with The Flash tv show for that since they were who introduced me to this concept first. So it’s no wonder I had to see how this book handled the topic.

The plot was well thought out here and kept me interested until the very end. I loved the part of Cade and Kori being fated to be together on every Earth yet this time things came about in a different way for them romantically. Kori was a great narrator and I didn’t get bored being in her head. She was entertaining, smart and quick witted. Her interactions with both Cade and Noah were great and I really enjoyed both dynamics and seeing them grow to something special by the end.

Things are left unresolved in this one so the story must continue in the second book even if Kori won’t be our storyteller in that one. I’m looking forward to seeing how this all wraps up. Hoping it ends on a good note!
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