Pub. Date: August 3, 2010
Pages: 336 pages
Source: Review copy
From amazon.com:Infinite Days is about Lenah Beaudonte who recently became human... again. You'll follow her around on her discovery of the 21st century and what it truly means to have friends. At times you may even question how we act today because of her innocent views on todays society. Infinite Days takes you on a journey of discovery and at the same time makes you think.
"Throughout all my histories, I found no one I loved more than you...no one."
Those were some of Rhode's last words to me. The last time he would pronounce his love. The last time I would see his face.
It was the first time in 592 years I could take a breath. Lay in the sun. Taste.
Rhode sacrificed himself so I, Lenah Beaudonte, could be human again. So I could stop the blood lust.I never expected to fall in love with someone else that wasn't Rhode.But Justin was...daring. Exciting. More beautiful than I could dream.I never expected to be sixteen again...then again, I never expected my past to come back and haunt me...
I had no idea what to expect when I received this book and now all I can say is, wow. Rebecca Maizel has not only captured my attention, but also my loyalty. I will be reading all of her future books and hopefully... a sequel to Infinite Days.
Lenah has become one of my favorite female heroins in a novel in a short time. She is a smart character who will also make you laugh and will teach you things. Following her on her journey of re-discovery was not only interesting, but also fun.You will want to read this book over and over.
The book grabbed me from the start and didn't let go, even at the end. I felt the pain and sorrow, the joy and happiness, and the confusion and curiosity on every page. This is one of the best books I have read in a long time.
Overall I will probably read the book again (which I don't usually do) and I recommend it to everyone. Rebecca Maizel gives vampires a makeover and adds in love, discovery, and makes a breathtaking novel.
Rating: 5 stars / 5 stars
Available on August 3, 2010