Review/ The Infinity Gene

Review/ The Infinity GeneThe Infinity Gene by Sue Wyshynski
Published by Whitman Books on August 31st 2017
Pages: 228

My name is Aeris Thorne. I am a genetically modified human.

Discover the exciting, long-awaited sequel to The Butterfly Code, the sci-fi romance thriller that's captivating readers around the world.

Hurtful secrets.Terrifying warnings.Forbidden love.

All I wanted was to spend a last few weeks with the man I love before tearing myself away to lick my wounds.

I know Hunter and I can never be together--too many differences lie between us. He's a member of an elite group of superhumans. And what am I? His mistake.

But we will have no tender respite. No final few magical days. Not us. Not now that I've learned a death sentence hangs over my head. Powerful forces are descending upon the cozy little town of Deep Cove, Maine. Beneath the cover of whispering trees, along the shores of wave-tumbled beaches, people are vying for power.

And I have become the center of the war.

For Hunter's sake, I'm desperate to run away. Far away. To hide so that no one can find me. For if I stay, I'll destroy us both.

But there's a child involved now. A seven-year-old girl who's been pulled into my deadly vortex.

There can be no running. No hiding. Not with the child's life at stake, too.
Startling changes are beginning to take hold of me--I can feel them burning through my veins. My only ally is the man I love, the one I can never be with. I'm desperate to hide the truth from him. He can't know what I'm becoming. For if I put my faith in him, if we stand together, we'll both be dead.

Romantic. Dangerous. Action-packed. Discover the exciting sequel to the sci-fi romance thriller that's captivating readers around the world. For fans of The Pretties, Twilight, and The Mortal Instruments. If you love exciting romances, nail-biting action, urban fantasy, fated mates, young adult dark romance, and some devilish bad boys, then the world of THE GIRL ON FIRE SERIES awaits you!

I quickly have to thank Xpresso Book Tours for allowing me to be a part of the book tour for this today and for sending me a copy of the book to read for my review today.

Since this is book 2 in the Girl on Fire series I am going to try and avoid any spoilers for you.

The Infinity Gene picks up a few days from where The Butterfly Code left off. Which I am happy that I had this to follow up with because I think if I had to wait any longer the suspense would have killed me.

The book begins with Aeris receiving a interview letter asking her to attend an interview for a company that writes music for movies and tv. This is a great opportunity for her but little does she know she is almost walking into a trap until its too late.

We also realize why Aeris’s blood is in high demand and why they will stop at nothing to get it. Its a matter of life and death for a little girl named Nessa. What will Aeris do now that a child is involved?

From the previous book we know that Aeris is¬†genetically modified human and is struggling with some side effects of receiving Hunter’s blood. She soon realizes that things aren’t going like she thought they would and feels like she is becoming more like Hunter.

Speaking of Hunter he is in a lot of trouble for what he has done in making super humans. This could cost him more then he expected so Aeris decides she needs to protect him and lets him think she is more human then ever and decides she needs to stay away from him to protect him. But can she distance herself from him to protect him?

As the book progresses you learn more about the characters and the past. I know as I was reading both books I had a lot of questions and it was nice to see it unfold in the book and things started to make sense.

Without going much further in my review if you had read the first book and enjoyed it then I highly recommend you continue with the series. I really enjoyed it and look forward to what is coming.

This was a fairly quick read and it was hard to put down at times. I am curious to see where this will go and how it will end in the next book which I am buying today so that I can finish this series up.