Book Review: Infinity Lost (The Infinity Trilogy #1) by S. Harrison

Title: Infinity Lost (The Infinity Trilogy #1)
Author: S. Harrison
Publisher: Skyscape
Release Date: November 1, 2015
Pages: 235
Source: Publisher
Format: Paperback
Age Group: Young Adult
Genre: Science Fiction

In the near future, one corporation, Blackstone Technologies, has changed the world: no disasters, no poverty, and life-altering technology. Blackstone has the impunity to destroy—or create—as it sees fit.
Infinity “Finn” Blackstone is the seventeen-year-old daughter of Blackstone’s reclusive CEO—but she’s never even met him. When disturbing dreams about a past she doesn’t remember begin to torment her, Finn knows there’s only one person who can provide answers: her father.
After Finn and an elite group of peers are invited to Blackstone’s top-secret HQ, Finn realizes she may have a chance to confront her father. But when a highly sophisticated company AI morphs into a killing machine, the trip descends into chaos. Trapped inside shape-shifting walls, Finn and her friends are at the mercy of an all-seeing intelligence that will destroy everything to get to her.
With no hope of help, Finn’s dream-memories may be the only chance of survival. But will she remember in time to save her own life and the lives of those around her?

When I first received the e-mail requesting an honest review for this book, the synopsis had me thinking "'s not my typical read, but I'll give it a try." And I am SO GLAD that I did!

What a GEM this book is! It was so engaging that it had me dreaming about it. I woke up each day reaching for this book. I didn't want to put it down, I didn't want the story to end.

Told though first person narrative and through a series of dreams, Finn takes us on a whirlwind ride to her self discovery.

Infinity Lost opens in a dream. An extremely vivid dream Finn is having about her past. These are the first dreams that she has ever had in her 17 years of life. She has no control over them, as they continually drag her down into a dead sleep. She cannot understand why her mind is creating these horrific and traumatizing events from her childhood. She has yet to discover these dreams are actually memories from her past, that she inexplicably has no recollection of.

The way S. Harrison tells Finn's backstory through a series of dreams is absolutely amazing. I have never read a book that has told a story in such a way. Finn's dreams were so gripping, I felt as if I was falling under right along with her. To the point where as I was reading one day, I did not even realize that my mother was calling my name! That is how enthralled I was!

Infinity Lost kept me on the edge of my seat. Though I thought I knew what would happen next, or how the story would play out, I was continually shocked and surprised by each twist and turn this book took. Of which there were many!

As the story reached is climax, Finn's dreams begin to occur even when she is awake, and become increasingly more disturbing. Each time Finn was dragged under, I never knew what to expect, and was often shocked by the memories that were revealed.

Infinity Lost definitely left me wanting more, and I am looking forward to the next installment, Infinity Rises, which was just released on January 5th.


  1. This sounds so good! I'm definitely adding it to my list. Great review!


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