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Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon


Nick Gautier (pronounced Go-Shay) is your everyday, typical fourteen year-old. He loves to eat, hates high school, his dad is in prison for multiple murders, and his friends fight zombies and vampires on a regular basis…Okay, so Nick doesn’t actually believe the zombie part or anything else woo-woo like that, but his friends Bubba and Mark are certified zombie hunters…or just certified (they have guns and know how to use ‘em, so it’s best to just agree with everything they say.)

Needless to say, Nick’s life is pretty normal with a few twists. Then he gets shot. And life goes down-hill from there. Now he’s running from zombies who used to be his class mates, weird creatures are popping up and trying to kill him, apparently he has an uncle, and he can’t find a chainsaw when he needs it. Although, the rocket launcher has potential…

Oh, and did I mention that Nick now has super powers, a pocket knife that can change size, a journal that talks back, and he used to play football with a bunch of shape-shifters? Yeah. It’s one of those weeks.

The best Young Adult book you’ll ever read!! Infinity will have you on the edge of your seat and begging for more. Fans of Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark-Hunter series will NOT want to miss this book. It explains one of the most important questions about Nick. What is up with those shirts he’s always wearing? And don’t forget! The second book, Invincible, comes out February 1, 2011!!

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