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4.3 out of 5 stars
Infinity: Chronicles of Nick
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on July 8, 2013
Its almost an all ages series (within reason, obviously) and normally all ages series make me leery of buying them, but I gave it a chance and was amazed with every volume. I hope it continues for a long long time
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on November 25, 2014
This was an excellent book. I loved every word and have bought the whole set! And the Manga. Too awesome for words. Recommended for everyone!!!
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on August 11, 2013
I loved this book. Sherrilyn Kenyon never fails to keep the reader interested. It was a fantastic look at Nick from before the dark hunter series.
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on June 17, 2011
I really liked the story! Nick is a teen with a REAL teenager attitude of someone who is raised by a single mother. The way he mouths if just hilarious. I will definetly start reading the Dark Hunters series. It's a certainty. Right after I'm done reading Invinsible...
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on June 3, 2010
the book was wouderful, and is answering question that have been begging to be answered, especially if you are into the series of sherrilyn kenyon(Dark-Hunter). If you are new to sherrilyn,you are in for a ride of(for)your life.
I cannot wait for the next one please hurry.
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on August 18, 2010
Sometimes, Nick wishes life was easier. He hates his mother's job that lets them barely survive, and he hates the boys at school for mocking him and his mom. He can't stop himself from fighting. When he's suspended, he's in hot water with his overprotective mother. She makes him promise to go straight home, but he runs into his crowd. They give him an offer to make money that he just can't refuse.

Nick can't go through with the plan and ends up saving the elderly couple in question. In retaliation, the boys beat him senseless. A man emerges from the shadows to save him and accompanies him to the hospital. As Nick can't pay the bills, the man makes him a better deal than the guys had - he'll pay the bills and Nick will work for him.

On the first day of employment, strange creatures attack the house. Nick isn't sure what's happened, but he now knows that there are other beings in the world. The man turns out to be a Dark Hunter - someone who's been alive for hundreds of years who protects humans from the others.

Now that the veil has been lifted, Nick sees the world differently. Just as he's coming to terms with his newfound knowledge, zombies take over his school. The zombies keep coming after him. How much longer can Nick keep them from attacking him while saving the ones he loves and keeping his mother out of the loop?

INFINITY is the start of a new series from Ms. Kenyon's Dark-Hunter world, aimed towards young adults. Nick can't seem to catch a break, which made me root for him all the more. He's always in trouble, in danger, meeting new people, or using his greatest survivor skill - sarcasm.

Reviewed by: Jennifer Rummel
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