Infinite by Jodi Meadows
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The third and final book of Newsoul isn't much of an improvement from its predecessors, but like Asunder, Infinite brings up more world-building - more specifically, helping to confirm the post-apocalyptic setting, and while still a little vague, it's a comfort knowing that we're officially five thousand years into the future. But what's not a comfort, of course, is knowing how high the stakes are as our souls old and new fight to reverse course on the whole immortality thing. It all builds up to a pretty powerful ending. Powerful, and a bit head-scratching, especially in the final chapter.
Ave atque vale to this trilogy, and now I'm all caught up on Jodi Meadows before the release of Before She Ignites.
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