Book Review: That Dark Infinity
The first thing that grabbed me about this book was the cover! It was unique and I loved the contrast of the bones with the flowers. My review is coming as I am only halfway through the book right now, but I will update as soon as I am finished. It is a young adult fantasy book, and so far the story is interesting and different. I would currently give it a 3.5/5 stars.
By night, the Ankou is a legendary, permanently young mercenary. By day, a witch’s curse leaves him no more than bones. Caught in an unending cycle of death and resurrection, the Ankou wants only to find the death that has been prophesied for him, especially once he begins to rot while he’s still alive....After the kingdom of Kaer-Ise is sacked, Flora, loyal handmaiden to the princess, is assaulted and left for dead. As the sole survivor of the massacre, Flora wants desperately to find the princess she served. When the Ankou agrees to help her find the princess, and to train her in exchange for her help in breaking his curse, she accepts.But how can she kill an immortal? Especially one whom she is slowly growing to understand—and maybe even to love? Together, they will solve mysteries, battle monsters, break curses, and race not only against time, but against fate itself.
Book Depository: https://www.bookdepository.com/That-Dark-Infinity/9780759557833
About the Author:
Kate Pentecost was born and raised on the Texas/Louisiana border, where ghosts and rural legends lurk in the pines and nothing is completely as it seems. She holds an MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She was recently nominated for a Rhysling award for her poem “Small Town Witches.” Her debut novel, Elysium Girls, is forthcoming from Disney Hyperion in 2020 in print and audio formats. She is obsessed with the Romantic Poets and can be identified by the enormous tattoo of Percy Bysshe Shelley on her arm. She lives in Houston.