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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Michael is no ordinary guy and he knows it. For as long as he can remember, he could see people in the sky. He is different. He embraces his uniqueness, but his mother is embarrassed by his oddities. He thought he was the only one with something special inside him, but when his mother takes him on a vacation to an island, he discovers that he is not the only one. Michael meets the Infinite, a group of people just like him who teach him that being different does not mean that he is odd. They teach him that his gift makes him special; they give him strength and help him accept himself. However, with power comes great responsibility and Michael is just getting to know that. Something dangerous is lurking on the outskirts of the island that has the potential to drive the world towards the brink of a catastrophic war. Can Michael and his fellow Infinite group save the world in time? Are they special enough to handle something as big as this?
Infinite: Island of the Immortals by B J R is an amazing young adult novel that has copious amounts of drama, adventure, humor and action to make it one of the best novels I have read so far this year. The world created in this story is very believable, which makes it even more interesting. I enjoyed how the atmosphere was refreshing at times or so thick with tension that I could almost taste it. This series has a lot of potential, largely thanks to Michael, the protagonist. He is strong, resilient, relatable and funny. He is very well-rounded, which makes it easier for readers to connect with him. He is just an ordinary guy with an extraordinary life and he copes with it incredibly well. I enjoyed how believable everything was; kudos to the author who did a wonderful job at creating this story and made it so entertaining that I didn’t want to put it down.