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Almost fifteen, Alicia is smart and funny with a deep connection to the poet Sylvia Plath, but she’s ultimately failing at life. With a laundry list of diagnoses, she hallucinates different worlds—strange, decaying, otherworldly yet undeniably real worlds that are completely unlike her own with her single mom and one true friend. In one particularly vivid hallucination, Alicia is drawn to a boy her own age named Jax who’s trapped in a dying universe. Days later, her long-lost father shows up at her birthday party, telling her that the hallucinations aren’t hallucinations, but real worlds; she and Jax are bound by a strange past and intertwining present. This leads her on a journey to find out who she is while trying to save the people and worlds she loves. J.Q. Coyle’s The Infinity of You & Me is a wild ride through unruly hearts and vivid worlds guaranteed to captivate.
|Title||:||The Infinity of You & Me|
|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
September 30, 2016
Alicia has had a long list of different diagnosis in her short lifetime and on a variety of medications to help her cope. She can suddenly begin hallucinating different worlds and scenarios and any given time. In one particularly vivid imagination Alicia is with her father and shot, in another sh...
April 03, 2017
☆☆☆ 1/2 stars
I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect when I started ‘The Infinity of You and Me’. Is it fantasy? Is it science fiction? In the end it turned out to be melting pot of both, and a very enjoyable melting pot at that. A couple of people who’d reviewed it before me had mentioned that it...
September 13, 2016
*ARC provided by St. Martin's in exchange for an honest review*
This is Coyle's debut novel and I enjoyed it for the most part. I was really intrigued by the synopsis and I decided to give it a chance. That was a huge step for me since Sci-fi is definitely out of my comfort zone, and as you can se...
September 02, 2016
This book had so much potential - I had high hopes for it when I started the first chapter and got immediately sucked in. Parts of it were good: the writing was strong from the start, and the idea was so intriguing, of a girl who bounced between 'hallucinations' while trying to manage her everyda...
July 16, 2016
Alicia is a teenager with a myriad of mental illnesses, including ADD, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and hallucinations. She takes pills to combat these illnesses, but she can't help craving the hallucinations to escape from her life.
Her hallucinations begin with a sharp pain somewhere in...
July 28, 2016
I received a copy of this book for free through NetGalley
Full review to come...
The synopsis on this is insane and I mean, look at that cover!
This was a little slow for me in the beginning and I will admit, a little confusing, but once I figured out what was going on I quite enjoyed this book. The...
November 04, 2016
Full (spoiler-free) review and more on Heir of Glitter.
I haven’t read a sci-fi book in a few months, and I went into this one hopeful after reading the synopsis. The Infinity of You & Me had a unique synopsis, strong lead, and amazing world-building. It was flawed, but exceeded m...
December 20, 2016
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I’ve sort of been into alternate worlds lately. I think it’s because I’d like to believe that somewhere out there there is a sane universe where America wasn’t stupid and elected a president that kicks ass instead of a bad recast of The Manchurian Candidate, but...
February 12, 2017
Review originally posted on A Keyboard and an Open Mind 08 November, 2016:
After two DNFs in a row, it was wonderful to finally stumble across a book I really enjoyed!
Alicia has suffered hallucinations of dying worlds for years, despite therapy provided by a wealthy uncle and a myriad of medicat...
November 05, 2016
The Infinity of You & Me was a hard book for me to get into. The beginning was a bit slow and confusing. I had a hard time puzzling together what was happening. I felt so dumb, but I really had a hard time following what was happening.
Thankfully, I eventual was able to wrap my head around...