“Infinity Reaper” was a little better than “Infinity Son” when it comes to the characters. We are still in the same world and dealing with the same problems, but the main characters start to have more complex decisions and conflicts to navigate. One of the brothers is still obnoxious and feels really flat to me and the other brother has moments where I’m really rooting for him, only for him to fall into the “I just met you but we connect so let’s fall in love and commit ourselves for eternity” trope. It’s one of the tropes that drives me wild. So much eye rolling while I was reading it. The plot, again, moves pretty quickly and the additional characters actually improved the failures of the original characters from book one. I’ll be curious to see how the third book wraps things up when it comes out. I can’t stand cliffhangers so I’ll definitely read it for closure.
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