Review: Infinity by Jus Accardo

Infinity
(The Infinity Division #1)
by Jus Accardo
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Publication date: Nov. 1, 2016
Genre: Scifi Young Adult
Rating:

Nobody said being the daughter of an army general was easy. But when her dad sends a teenage subordinate to babysit her while he’s away… That’s taking it a step too far.

Cade, as beautiful as he is deadly, watches Kori with more than just interest. He looks at her like he knows her very soul. And when he saves her from a seemingly random attack, well, that’s when things get weird.

Turns out, Kori’s dad isn’t just an army general—he’s the head of a secret government project that has invented a way to travel between parallel dimensions. Dimensions where there are infinite Koris, infinite Cades…and apparently, on every other Earth, they’re madly in love.

Falling for a soldier is the last thing on Kori’s mind. Especially when she finds herself in a deadly crossfire, and someone from another Earth is hell-bent on revenge…

 

 

 

Infinity is a young adult time-traveling scifi 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 in this installment. 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 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.

 

 

Favorite quote…

“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.”

 

 

One Thought on “Review: Infinity by Jus Accardo

  1. I hate getting bored while reading a book.

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