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The Infinite by Lori M. Lee
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Kai's life has gotten very complicated since the first book. She is struggling to come to terms with who she is and what it means. The two men she loves her brother and Avan are both struggling as well for different reasons. This book picks up only a few months after the last book ends so everyone is still reeling from the events that took place in book 1.

When Kai is given the opportunity to travel to a new kingdom out across the Outlands she jumps at the chance to put a little distance between herself and her problems. This new land is very different and beautiful but the people and the culture are strange and not always very welcoming. While there she discovers a new threat, a mystery of who these people were, how they have magic and what is going on in another city nearby that is driving their people insane. She also discovers much more about where she comes from and what she is capable of which is a good thing since there is definitely more going on in this new city than meets the eye.

This book was a great sequel to Gates of Thread and Stone. Full of action and intrigue. I loved the relationship between Kai and her brother Reev, as Reev struggles against his baby sister who he raised, as she grows up and become a woman. Kai's transformation from defiant young girl to a powerful woman who begins to realize what she could be if she would let herself is well done and believable. I really liked this sequel and felt that was just as good as the first and left me wanting even more. Can't wait for the 3rd. ( )
  ReadingGrrl | Apr 7, 2015 |
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As civil war threatens Ninurta, Kai finds herself caught between Reev, who is siding with the rebels, and her friend Avan, who is still learning what it means to be an Infinite.

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