TITLE: Fighting for Infinity
SYNOPSIS: Every moment, every lifetime, every decision—including her choice to erase—has led Maryah to this.
Two outcomes are possible: an infinite happy-ever-after with her kindrily or the final severing of her relationship with Nathan.
Closer to the enemy than ever before, Maryah unravels the diabolical plan that Dedrick has been manipulating into place for centuries. Revelations, secrets, and lies surface faster than Maryah can process. She doesn’t know who to trust, what to believe, or how to save her loved ones from the desolate future Dedrick is so close to executing.
Guided by an enigmatic raven-haired prisoner, Maryah fights body and soul to save Nathan, her kindrily, and countless others. But is her love strong enough to alter a prophecy written in the stars?
Fighting for Infinity was just… um, mind blowing. It’s hard to describe, in a good way! 🙂 Fighting for Infinity takes place where Taking Back Forever leaves off. Harmony and Gregory have been reunited and Maryah has been learning… oh, and the hunt for Dedrick and what he is up to continues.
I really, really, really enjoyed reading Fighting for Infinity. No seriously, I really did. The romance was extremely satisfying – it wasn’t the stupid cheesy romance like Twilight. The characters were just wonderful – it’s easy to see each of their distinct personalities. The plot was filled with twists and turns (I’m not kidding). And the best part? I never saw half of it coming. Over the years, I’ve kind of prided myself in having an idea of what was going to happen next. While I reading Fighting for Infinity, I tried over and over again to guess what would happen next. And each time I guessed wrong. I would have never guessed the end. Even with the story being told in a first person narrative, I would never have guesses anything that happened in the novel in a thousand years.
Another really good thing about Fighting for Infinity is that it had my emotions on a whirlwind. I could be smiling one minutes, about to cry the next, and want to hit something a little after. I read Fighting for Infinity on a super long bus ride (8-9 hours to and back) and I got a few stares. But whatever, I’ll gladly give up my reputation as a sane person to read Fighting for Infinity again. It was that good.
The one (and only) thing I dislike about Fighting for Infinity is that it is supposed to be the last book of the Kindrily series. That kind of makes me upset. I want to read more about the Kindrily. I want more Maryah and Nathaniel. And Carson and Krista. And Gregory and Harmony. And Faith and Shiloh. And… AND you get my point. So, Karen Amanda Hooper, if you are reading this, I don’t what the story is about, what character(s) it focuses on, I just want NEED the Kindrily series continue. Pretty please?
RATING: EXTREMELY ICY
RECOMMENDATION: For anyone who is a fan of the other two books in the series and for everyone who appreciates a good, unpredictable ending to a fantastic series.