Fighting for Infinity by Karen Amanda Hooper Review



Title: Fighting for Infinity
Author: Karen Amanda Hooper
Publisher: Starry Sky Publishing
Format: eBook
Publication Date: April 30,2014 
Overall: 3 out of 5 stars

Every moment, every lifetime, every decision—including her choice to erase—has led Maryah to this.

Two outcomes are possible: an infinite happy-ever-after with her kindrily or the final severing of her relationship with Nathan.

Closer to the enemy than ever before, Maryah unravels the diabolical plan that Dedrick has been manipulating into place for centuries. Revelations, secrets, and lies surface faster than Maryah can process. She doesn’t know who to trust, what to believe, or how to save her loved ones from the desolate future Dedrick is so close to executing.

Guided by an enigmatic raven-haired prisoner, Maryah fights body and soul to save Nathan, her kindrily, and countless others. But is her love strong enough to alter a prophecy written in the stars?


Fighting for Infinity was a good ending for the series. There was so much that had been hinted at in the first books that it was nice to finally have it wrapped up. I will admit to being frustrated at times within this book because I so badly wanted the answers, and they were doled out in tiny little patches.

I really thought Maryah was pretty childish still in this book, and I understand that she erased but it was hard for me to understand why she was so adamant that she knew best. It was very annoying especially since it was easy to see that even other characters were more aware than she was. I think it went to her head that she was once a great seer, but in reality she was just a teenage girl because she erased all of her past lives.

I also really enjoyed the other characters in this book, but there were so many of them it would take to long to list. I will say that Karen Hooper does a great job of creating fleshed out characters who are different from one another even in the minor roles they play.

One of the few things I didn’t like was the ending, and I don’t want to spoil anything but I waited 3 books for Maryah to grow and it was like she went from A to Z very quickly. There was no real character growth as it was just handed to her, and that didn’t sit well with me. Because of that I would give the book 3 out of 5 stars. It was a great book, and when read back to back with the others in the series I think it would have flowed maybe a little better.



3/5 – Worth Reading

**Please Note: This review is my honest opinion and I did not receive monetary compensation from it.**


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