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Review: Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel

Infinite Days - Rebecca Maizel

Review can be seen here on Books and Swoons .

My rating: 3 out of 5 stars

I first heard about this book through one of my bookish friends on Goodreads and after hearing her rave about how good and well written the book is, I decided to give this book a chance. I really enjoyed the book and found the concept of becoming human after being a vampire really unique. I haven't read or heard of books like it and found it to be a fun read.

Lenah Beaudonte was a vampire for almost 600 years and after becoming human again, gets a chance to be a normal teenager. While dealing with the loss of her mate, Lenah begins her new life and learns what it like to experience everything as a human. She soon meets Justin and is thrown his popular clique.

I found Lenah to be a really interesting protagonist and I loved whenever she had a flashback. I actually enjoyed those parts a lot more than the actual story and I which we had gotten more of them. Most of the time, I found myself rolling my eyes at all the cliches of high school and would skim ahead to an interesting part.

My favorite parts of Infinite Days was whenever Rhode was mentioned. His sacrificed for Lenah and how much he loves her, gah, totally left me gutted. I had all the feels when we learn of what he did for Lenah.

I was really surprised by how it ended, I so did not see that part coming. However, I was expecting the whole Vicken parts since he was given so much importance throughout the novel. I can't wait to read Stolen Nights.