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Numbers #3: Infinity

By Rachel Ward   

Scholastic Inc | ISBN 9780545350921 Hardcover
256 Pages | 5.81" x 8.56" | Ages 14 & Up

The mind-blowing conclusion to the Numbers trilogy!

Two years since The Chaos. 2029. In the aftermath of the global earthquake, Adam and Sarah are struggling to get by. Adam always envisioned that he and Sarah would be together "'til death do us part."

But will a child come between them? The child she loves. The child he saved.

Mia was supposed to die that New Year's Day. The numbers don't lie. But somehow she swapped her date for another-for Val's, Adam's beloved great-grandmother, who perished in the fire that destroyed Sarah's family home. And Adam just can't get past that. Mia's only a baby, oblivious to her special power. But ruthless people are hunting her down, desperate to steal her secret.

Because everyone wants to live forever.

Raves & reviews:

Praise for Numbers #3: Infinity

"A little violent, a little supernatural, a little mysterious, a lot sentimental; fans of the trilogy won't be disappointed as this story edges toward magical thriller." -Kirkus

"The tense, action-filled narrative is told through Adam and Sarah's alternating voices, amping up the drama and the stakes of the mind-bending story. While this finale to the Numbers trilogy satisfies, ultimately Ward's complex and thought-provoking premise is a story that resists resolution." -Booklist

"As the characters are kidnapped by men working for the government, forced to answer questions, and fight for their lives, readers will be caught up in the multiple mysteries as well as the couple's emotional turmoil." -School Library Journal

Praise for Numbers

"Even the idea of this book gave me chills... Creepy and original." - R.L. Stine

"A page-turner... Engrossing and au courant." -The Los Angeles Times

*"Gritty, bold, and utterly unique. Jem's isolation and pain, hidden beneath a veneer of toughness, are palpable, and the ending is a real shocker." - School Library Journal, starred review

*"A gritty tale, unsparingly told." - Publishers Weekly, starred review


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