Review: Infinite Time

infinite.pngSave the girl.

Save the day.

Save yourself.
The mission sounds easy enough, but it is anything but easy for Parker Jenkins. Yesterday, ordinary, poverty-stricken Parker was an ordinary high school kid, getting bullied relentlessly and trying to get by. Today, he’s a time traveler with gifted powers expected to carry out the extraordinary. Teaming up with another time traveler, Scarlet, they must save an innocent girl on the run before the villains kill them all. If they don’t, their present-day selves will die. But can the ordinary perform the extraordinary?

Awesome cover… check! Time travel… check! Okay, that’s all the check marks I needed. I saw this book on NetGalley and was immediately interested. And by the time I finished off the story, I absolutely wasn’t disappointed. The story combined so many different awesome elements. There was o much going on here, and it came together really nicely, with a novel that I could never quite guess what was going to happen next. While the opening tagline for this book felt a little “Save the cheerleader, save the world,” the actual story ended up being so much more, and so very awesome!

Parker starts off as fairly cookie-cutter YA charactersbut quickly developed into dynamic, enjoyable character.The world building was really what hooked me here though as the rules of this universe was pretty well thought out. Loved it!


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