Review – Stealing Infinity by: Alyson Noel

These days, I’ve been killing it when it comes to letting people down. Now I’ve been kicked out of high school, arrested, and accepted into a remote, off-the-grid school owned and operated by an inscrutable billionaire tech guru.

Gray Wolf Academy is looking for a certain kind of student. Ones that no one will miss. Like me.

Then there’s Braxton. The beautiful, oddly anachronistic guy who showed up right when the trouble started. And he’s a total enigma—which means that I definitely can’t trust him, even if there’s something about him that makes me want to.
They all tell me I have a gift. A very rare gift. And Gray Wolf Academy wants me to learn it. To use it. Because if what they say is true, I have all the time in the world.
And that makes me the most dangerous high school student you’ll never know…

First off, that cover is GORGEOUS. Absolutely stunning. Stealing Infinity dives right into the story. It’s super fast paced, exciting and adventurous. You want to keep knowing what comes next while also trying to unravel the mysteries as Nat does.

Even though they are time traveling, I love that Alyson weaves quotes and philosophy throughout the book as well. The story had a super exciting premise and I love the direction that time-traveling takes in Stealing Infinity.

With the start of the book, I feel like the prologue gave away a lot more than is let on and I’m surprised it didn’t necessarily come to light in this book. I honestly expected the book to end with that bombshell. I’ll be very curious if we see it in future books with Nat and Braxton.

On the other side, I will say the ending wasn’t what I expected, however I also didn’t hate it. It’s not a cliff-hanger but it does leave you with lots of questions and wanting more. Super excited to see where Tasha and her journey goes!

– 4 out of 5 splatters –

Published by Jena Freeth

30. Boy mom. Book lover. Fitness junkie. Shopaholic.

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