Publication Date: June 29 2009
Series: Book 1 of Infinion Series
My Thoughts: This book draws you in from the beginning. For me is was different from most anything I had really read. A 40 yr old mom wakes up as her 14 year old self. That alone draws your attention. Adya is of coarse a very mature 14 year old and it was weird that her parents didn't quite pick up on it after Adya came out of her coma. No one believed she had regressed. However, early on Adya finds where she is suppose to go and its with a corporation called Three Eleven, which basically stems from the date 11/11/11. In this book, this is the date that something is going to happen to man kind. Adya and 26 men are suppose to figure out what it is they are suppose to do to save man kind. The 26 men have also regressed are on on what they call their second timeline. Seeing as though this book is set in the 1980's, these men were able to recreate a lot of the technology that we have nowadays. This book really doesn't take you back to the 80's. It felt a lot like reading a book set in modern time, except for when Adya first woke up as a 14 year old. Her parents where very lenient with her and letting her go out. That just doesn't happen now a days.
This book being a sci-fi genre book, I think its a great book for someone curious about this genre. It wasn't too over to top but it was definitely different. It was a very enjoyable read and I look forward to finding the second book in the series Evolussion. The third book in the series is set to be released on 11/11/11. It will also be added to my TBR read list to look for in the future.
My only real complaint about this book, was that there were typos in this book. This is not the authors fault of coarse. It is one of those types of typos where is the word it misspelled once, it is through the whole book. Such as fetus in the book was spelt feotus during the entire book. So, if you can look past the few typos, then this book will be enjoyable.
**This book was provided to me by the publisher for any honest review**