Infinite by Jodi MeadowsInfinite by Jodi Meadows


byJodi Meadows

Hardcover | January 28, 2014

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The stunning conclusion to the Incarnate trilogy, a fantasy about a girl who is the first new soul born into a society where everyone else has been reborn hundreds of times. From the New York Times bestselling coauthor of My Plain Jane.

Ana knows that soon life in Heart will be at risk, so she escapes with her friends, seeking answers and allies to stop Janan's ascension and keep the other Newsouls safe. But only she knows the true cost of reincarnation and the dangers she'll encounter if she returns to stop Janan once and for all.

Romantic and action-filled, the rich world of Infinite is perfect for fans of epic fantasies like Graceling by Kristin Cashore and The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson, and Ana's courage to expose the cracks in society and fight for what is right is ideal for fans of dystopian novels.

Jodi Meadows is the author of the Incarnate series andThe Orphan Queen. She lives and writes in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, with her husband, a cat, and an alarming number of ferrets. She is a confessed book addict and has wanted to be a writer ever since she decided against becoming an astronaut.
Title:InfiniteFormat:HardcoverDimensions:432 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1.33 inPublished:January 28, 2014Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062060813

ISBN - 13:9780062060815

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Conclusion to a Stellar Series The world of the Newsouls trilogy is just so deeply thought out. How everything works, the way things run, and why people do the things they do, were very well thought out. This books centers on the rising of Janan. It is epic and full of loads of action and death (though I don’t prefer it, I must admit, it is war). I did get a little tired and annoyed at Ana at times, but then after reading the entire book, I found I would have been annoyed if she hadn’t had done the things she had. The only thing I found a little odd was the ending, I’m a little confused over the whole ordeal. Some things weren’t adding up. But, it didn’t bother me enough to take away any stars because this series as a whole is one of the best I have yet to read. In this finale, nearly all the main characters have faced some growth and it really rounds out the entire trilogy. I recommend this book wholeheartedly, it was very satisfying and I couldn’t have pictured a more perfect finale to this series.
Date published: 2015-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful Cover! And a great start to a series! This book was not what I had expected it to be. I was expecting it to be a book about faeries to be honest. The butterflies on the cover and inside threw me off. I didn’t read the synopsis mainly because I wanted to go into this knowing nothing. I like to be surprised, and I definitely was with this one. No one in Heart actually dies; their soul is reincarnated onto a new body. It has been like this for five thousand years until, templedark happened and Li didn’t give rebirth to Ciana but instead to a newsoul, Ana. It was something new and different and not everybody reacted the same way. Some were very upset for Ciana would never return. They felt as though Ana had been the one at fault and blamed her for the loss of their friend. Li took Ana away to Purple Rose Cottage, away from Heart, but not away from the cruelty, for Li also blamed Ana for the loss of Ciana. Finally, Ana is allowed to leave Purple Rose Cottage and get away from Li who only caused her misery and pain. She expects to take the journey to Heart and find all her answers to why she exists in the books stored in the library there. What she didn’t expect was a broken compass and Sylph blocking her path. Ana starts to truly feel emotions she thought for the longest time nosouls were not allowed to experience. Life for her changed the moment she was pulled from the water. I really enjoyed this book. I liked the writing and the little relations to butterflies all over. I thought I would be annoyed at Ana around the beginning of the book, she seemed so naive, but then that changed and I began to really enjoy her as a character. There was not too much world building thrown in my face from the beginning, instead most of it was shown through the actions of Ana, and not told. The only thing wrong with this book was that some smaller characters became friends too quickly with Ana and there wasn’t enough characterization on them. All I knew about Stef and Sarit was what Ana said they were, I would have liked for them to be more presented in the story. Other than that I truly enjoyed the book. The ending had enough closure but not too much that it would be strange for a sequel. Yet, it wasn’t a major cliffhanger that left this book just a part 1 to the series. On it’s own this could be read as a book, and that is why I liked it so much.
Date published: 2015-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A MUST Read! If I could I would give this book all the stars in the world. But I can't so I have given it 5. My review is going to be as un-spoilery as possible because I want everyone to pick up this series and read it and it would suck to spoil all the amazingness for anyone! Infinite was a stunning conclusion to a spectacular series. I laughed, I cried and I did both at the same time. It was so amazing to see Ana's transformation from Incarnate to Infinite. I loved seeing her in her element, in control and while she may have been afraid she wasn't scared of everything. Plus seeing her and Sam together makes me grin like a fool! Their relationship is so beautiful, but its also very complex and not 100% perfect- which in my opinion makes it even better. Honestly, this book is one of the my favourites that I have read in a long time. It was different from a lot of what I have been reading, and it seemed to really hit home some lessons that I've had to learn at this stage in my life. 
Date published: 2014-03-16