The Infinity of You & Me (2020)

The Infinity of You Me What if every life altering choice you made could split your world into infinite worlds Almost fifteen Alicia is smart and funny with a deep connection to the poet Sylvia Plath but she s ultimately
  • Title: The Infinity of You & Me
  • Author: J.Q. Coyle
  • ISBN: 9781250099228
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Infinity of You & Me
    What if every life altering choice you made could split your world into infinite worlds Almost fifteen, Alicia is smart and funny with a deep connection to the poet Sylvia Plath, but she s ultimately failing at life With a laundry list of diagnoses, she hallucinates different worlds strange, decaying, otherworldly yet undeniably real worlds that are completely unlike herWhat if every life altering choice you made could split your world into infinite worlds Almost fifteen, Alicia is smart and funny with a deep connection to the poet Sylvia Plath, but she s ultimately failing at life With a laundry list of diagnoses, she hallucinates different worlds strange, decaying, otherworldly yet undeniably real worlds that are completely unlike her own with her single mom and one true friend In one particularly vivid hallucination, Alicia is drawn to a boy her own age named Jax who s trapped in a dying universe Days later, her long lost father shows up at her birthday party, telling her that the hallucinations aren t hallucinations, but real worlds she and Jax are bound by a strange past and intertwining present This leads her on a journey to find out who she is while trying to save the people and worlds she loves J.Q Coyle s The Infinity of You Me is a wild ride through unruly hearts and vivid worlds guaranteed to captivate.
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    1. Alicia has had a long list of different diagnosis in her short lifetime and on a variety of medications to help her cope She can suddenly begin hallucinating different worlds and scenarios and any given time In one particularly vivid imagination Alicia is with her father and shot, in another she meets a boy named Jax whose world is dying and he asks for Alicia s help At Alicia s birthday party her long lost father shows up and explains to her that her hallucinations aren t hallucinations but rea [...]

    2. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley and would like to thank St Martin s Press and J.Q Coyle.I didn t know what to expect when I first started reading this book, the cover it s absolutely breathtaking which is what made me want to read it in the first place Also, I knew that J.Q Coyle is two writers and it really interested me to see how this would go Alicia is a teenager who lives with her mother trying to slug her way through high school with only one friend With crippling halluc [...]

    3. 1 2 starsI wasn t entirely sure what to expect when I started The Infinity of You and Me Is it fantasy Is it science fiction In the end it turned out to be melting pot of both, and a very enjoyable melting pot at that A couple of people who d reviewed it before me had mentioned that it was a little confusing, so I kept anticipating the point at which it would lose its way, but, happily, it never came.Fourteen year old Alicia has grown up enthralled by the works of Sylvia Plath, finding amongst h [...]

    4. ARC provided by St Martin s in exchange for an honest review This is Coyle s debut novel and I enjoyed it for the most part I was really intrigued by the synopsis and I decided to give it a chance That was a huge step for me since Sci fi is definitely out of my comfort zone, and as you can see with the rating After reading this, it s safe to say that it still is This novel tackles alternate dimension travel in Alicia s perspective She s almost 15 and is struggling with hallucinations which she s [...]

    5. This book had so much potential I had high hopes for it when I started the first chapter and got immediately sucked in Parts of it were good the writing was strong from the start, and the idea was so intriguing, of a girl who bounced between hallucinations while trying to manage her everyday life.Sadly, as the plot got complex, it fell apart beneath the weight of it all Things got and complicated, worlds were introduced, but without enough detail for them to feel fleshed out and real, not eno [...]

    6. I received a copy of this book for free through NetGalleyFull review to comeThe synopsis on this is insane and I mean, look at that cover This was a little slow for me in the beginning and I will admit, a little confusing, but once I figured out what was going on I quite enjoyed this book The author has managed to weave some of the best elements from a few genres to create these interesting worlds and a dynamic main character If you like books that have a sci fi element and a psychological edge, [...]

    7. Full spoiler free review and on Heir of Glitter.4.5 starsI haven t read a sci fi book in a few months, and I went into this one hopeful after reading the synopsis The Infinity of You Me had a unique synopsis, strong lead, and amazing world building It was flawed, but exceeded my expectations, and I would definitely recommend picking it up when it comes out on the 8th view spoiler I really liked that Sprowitz ended up being the one to kill Alex, but I have to admit, I thought it was somewhat ant [...]

    8. To see review with gif click here.I ve sort of been into alternate worlds lately I think it s because I d like to believe that somewhere out there there is a sane universe where America wasn t stupid and elected a president that kicks ass instead of a bad recast of The Manchurian Candidate, but I digress Simply stated, the idea intrigues me and there s a lot of directions you can go in It has so much potential and I m not lying about that.When I started this book it seemed like it had a nice set [...]

    9. 3.5 StarsAlicia is a teenager with a myriad of mental illnesses, including ADD, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and hallucinations She takes pills to combat these illnesses, but she can t help craving the hallucinations to escape from her life Her hallucinations begin with a sharp pain somewhere in her body She drifts off, but in reality she seems like a zombie, not reacting to words or touch Her father who left when she was a baby often appears in the hallucinations On her fifteenth birthday, he sho [...]

    10. Review originally posted on A Keyboard and an Open Mind 08 November, 2016 After two DNFs in a row, it was wonderful to finally stumble across a book I really enjoyed Alicia has suffered hallucinations of dying worlds for years, despite therapy provided by a wealthy uncle and a myriad of medications But on her 15th birthday, her estranged father shows up to tell her that they are not hallucinations at all, but glimpses into other worlds branches off the real world that she and other people like h [...]

    11. The Infinity of You Mewas a hard book for me to get into The beginning was a bit slow and confusing I had a hard time puzzling together what was happening I felt so dumb, but I really had a hard time following what was happening Thankfully, I eventual was able to wrap my head around what was happening and the book become enjoyable after that Even though it was confusing at first, I thought the sci fi world that the author created in this book was very interesting I would really like to read ano [...]

    12. I received an e ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley, in exchange with an honest review.A Great concept, with beautiful lines that are 101% quotable.I absolutely loved the idea behind this book Alicia is misdiagnosed with many mental illnesses, where she tends hallucinate a lot Her hallucinations keep her jumping from one world to the next, each of which has a different versions of the main characters.I want to talk about one of the main characters, Hafiz, who is actually Alicia s b [...]

    13. I received an ARC from the author through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.3.5 starsAlicia is a nearly 15 year old girl who suffers hallucinations and is constant watch of her therapist, mother, and medication What Alicia soon finds out is that her hallucinations are not what they seem The dying and decaying worlds she sees aren t in her head, but are real, other universes with other versions of herself At her 15th birthday party, her semi long lost estranged father shows up and explai [...]

    14. 3.5 Complex Multiverse Stars I enjoyed this book, I truly did This book had so much potential I loved the intricate relationships that Alicia weaved throughout the different universes that were created by choices, and the lives she led from those consequences The concept of this book was splendid, but at moments the characters fell a little too flat for the exciting experience that I was hoping for I felt like I needed background for the characters and the achingly cruel world of these universe [...]

    15. The concept for this book is outstanding From the first page I was hooked and couldn t put it down My mom is now reading it and my sister is waiting for her turn The imagery the words paint is pure art If you like sleep than a good story you should probably never pick up this book.

    16. Review originally posted at portraitofabookReally 3.5 StarsFirst Thought After Finishing This was such an inventive story The Infinity of You Me was an unexpected book Initially I was drawn to the premise and the mention of Sylvia Plath, whose poetry has always had a mysterious yet intriguing complexity.Alicia believes that she is going crazy with her hallucinations they aren t simply flashes, but other worlds that seem like than dreams There is even a boy that she finds herself drawn to Her mo [...]

    17. This book had some absolutely fascinating ideas not just the central premise of infinite worlds, but the stories of each individual characters I thought it did a great job handling the central weirdness of watching different versions of yourself in alternate realities, and there were some interesting ideas of how alternate reality would affect society I loved the surreal roots worlds as well.The problem, though, is that there are just way too many good ideas for a 264 page book and ultimately no [...]

    18. Can you say let down in any other way The plot for this was set up well, it was unique and multi layered but it failed somehow In the beginning I was definitely intrigued by the hallucinations, the different worlds, the obvious secrets, and the underlying cause of it all But somewhere along the way the plot became too complex, and the characters became hard to track It was sort of like a strange version of the movie Inception except this one was a little harder to follow due to a lot of informat [...]

    19. I started this book not knowing much about it At the beginning of the story I was intrigued by the main character, who was portrayed as a teenager with mental illness I have not read many books about mental illness, so I was interested and excited to learn Within a few chapters, however, we and Alicia learn that Alicia s hallucinations and anxiety are not actually due to any mental illness, but rather that she magical powers that allow her to travel between different alternate dimensions where [...]

    20. 3.5 starsThere are some books that maybe would be suited to an audio visual format, movie or tv I feel that Infinity of You and Me by J Q Coyle is one of those J Q Coyle creates worlds that Alicia travels in that are vivid and full of expression, but this creates jumps in the storytelling that might be better in other media Like it kind of made me think of the tv show Awake or Sliders The best part of the book is also one of its disconcerting Magic is not free, and in this case it demands blood [...]

    21. I think I must be going through a blogger s block because I am really struggling to come up with complete reviews these days So I thought I will do something different this time The multiverse fantasyAlicia finds out that the world contains NOT a universe but a multiverse and that all her nightmares are actually real lives and scenarios playing out It took some time for me to realize a basic fact what makes her special is not that she has different selves, but that she has the ability to conscio [...]

    22. Very original and creative idea of travelling between dimensions, I really like it Although, in the beginning it was difficult to enter in this world and grasp the situation of Alicia, I didn t like her at all, she was annoying but later the plot gets interesting and easier to swallow So thumbs up for this very creative syfy book.

    23. So, this was an interesting book and I don t know any other way to describe it, This was outside of my usual genre sort of I really have never read a book quite like this It had a different sort of vibe than other books that I cant quite explain I think you would have to read it to understand The story is of a girl that basically thinks she s crazy because of these episodes she has where she hallucinates that she is someone else in different locations doing dangerous things with her father, who [...]

    24. I had trouble following the various worlds Lots of jumping around I liked Alicia, the main character and the premise I love dystopian novels but this was confusing.

    25. Check out this and other reviews on my young adult book blog, Here s to Happy Endings The first thing that I noticed about this book was how absolutely stunning the cover was I know, don t judge a book by its cover and all that, but really, it s so beautiful And incredibly fitting for the story, too.The synopsis of this book promises an awesome thrill ride of a fantasy science fiction mashup that revolves around a young girl who can enter other worlds that are different branches from her own.I w [...]

    26. Interesting premise, so so execution Perhaps that is one of those young adult books that really should be read only by young adults.

    27. I ve had an ARC of this book sitting in my room for about a year I know, I know, that s way too long , and I finally got myself to read it I was immediately confused, and found both the writing style and the plot cringey I kept thinking that the book was going to sort itself out and get exciting at some point, but no matter how hard I tried, I did not enjoy any of it The characters seemed forced and I didn t like them at all The plot was trying too hard and full of annoying clich s Honestly I th [...]

    28. Link holedupinabook 2Now I remember why I used to avoid doing a lot of blog tours even though they re fantastic and a lot of fun but I realized that the biggest downside is that you have to finish reading the book so you can actually write a review on it unless you opt for something else i.e giveaway, interview, etc instead While, I enjoyed reading The Infinity of You Me, I found the plot very confusing to the point that I considered putting it down but then I remembered this blog tour so I stri [...]

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