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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Chicken House; 1 edition (2 Jun. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906427666
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906427665
  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 1.7 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 156,659 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I'm a fiftysomething author of books for young adults. I live in Bath, England, with my husband, two grown-up children, dog and chickens. I've had 'sensible' jobs for 25 years, and now I'm a writer too. I've been writing for about 15 years, and have published the Numbers trilogy, The Drowing and Water Born. The first book came out in the UK in 2009 and the USA in 2010. My Numbers books explore the gift of being able to see death dates. If you looked in somebody's eyes and saw the date of their death, would it change the way you felt about people? Would it change the way you lived your life? They've been published in 26 countries and optioned for film.

Find out more about me at my website: www.rachelwardbooks.com

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kirsty at the Overflowing Library VINE VOICE on 12 Jun. 2011
Format: Paperback
Numbers 3 infinity is the final book in the Numbers trilogy which follows the story of Adam and Sarah directly after Numbers 2 in the new world they have found themselves in at the end of book 2.

The thing I liked the most about this book was the relationship between Adam and Sarah. I loved seeing how their relationship had progressed from book 2 and liked seeing how strong they were as a couple in this book.

One of the things this book explores is all the questions surrounding Mia and how she managed to change her numbers. I loved how the plot around Mia played out I through the book.

The storyline of this book is very different from the other two. It was fast paced throughout. Often you didn't quite know what was happening and there were parts where you didn't quite know how things would play out. The final outcome surrounding Adam, Sarah, Mia and the new baby was awesomely clever and I really didn't see it coming in the way it finally work itself out.

A brilliant ending to the series which I know I haven't done justice to for fear of spoiling the book for anyone. Definitely one I would recommend.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Emily May on 11 Aug. 2011
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I wasn't looking forward to reading this conclusion to the series before I opened up the first page and saw an interesting little note from the publisher. It summed up for me what this series has been trying to say all along in a few succinct sentences:

"Actually, it's not about dying; it's about how to live with the knowledge. That's the secret - and it takes a rather terrifying last twist in this final book. Don't close your eyes."

Sounds pretty cool, right?

I need to make a point to all you readers who might stumble across this review and be put off by the 3 stars and some of the things I'm going to have to say further on. It's this: if you have read and enjoyed the other books in the Numbers trilogy, then you should definitely read this! It has many faults that I will highlight and I thought it somewhat anticlimatic... but it's still the conclusion that this series needs. It wasn't as good as I'd hoped for, especially after having my mind and emotions thrown all over the place in the previous installments, but it wasn't bad enough not to read.

I found that, ultimately, far less happened in this final book. The novel is considerably smaller in size (about 100 pages shorter) and it read a bit like a tying up of loose ends - in fact, that's what it was. There was a story but it was less dramatic and less meaningful than what happened in books 1 and 2.

I do wonder if I'd have liked it better had I not been on an expectation high following the conclusion of book 2. Book 2 was very fast-paced and I wanted the conclusion to be just as wildly entertaining, but the pacing wasn't as good. I'd also ask that if anyone else here reads the book, please could you tell me what the twist is that the publisher mentions in the foreword.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Slowest Bookworm on 4 Aug. 2011
Format: Paperback
I was so excited to get the final book in the Numbers series and it certainly didn't let me down. I adored the first two books, Numbers and Numbers: The Chaos, but this book blew me away!

I have become totally involved in the lives of Adam and Sarah over the last few months and was desperate to find out what was going on in the aftermath of The Chaos. Right from the very first page I was dragged back into their story and it felt like I was watching my friends go through some terrible and horrifying experiences. I actually don't think I breathed for the whole of the book (well, maybe the odd breath...).

The writing, as always was exceptional and I enjoyed the plot even more than the last two books. It was unique, easy to follow and exciting. I can't really say much more about it than what you can read in the synopsis above without giving spoilers for the last two books.

I don't think there has been anything about the Numbers series that I've disliked. I've loved the covers, the characters are amazingly real and the world Rachel Ward has created for them is terrifying but eerily realistic. I am really sad to see the end of this series.

Would I recommend this series to you? I think that's obviously a yes and I would go as far as saying it is a must read for all YA fans.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this final book of the Numbers series - the best of the three, in my opinion. Action packed and full of twists and turns, emotional and heart-wrenching, a very well written and considered plot. There is a lot going on in this book and the action doesn't let up for a minute.
Adam and Sarah endure so much in this book and I felt like I was there alongside them every step of the way. I simply couldn't tear myself away, I was completely engrossed.
This series is the best I've read for ages and I'd like to thank my bookclub friends for recommending it - thanks ladies!
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By Lauriane T. Povey on 15 Sept. 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
For anyone who has read the other two Numbers books and enjoyed them, this will not let you down. I'd also recommend the series to anyone.
I'm sad to have read the last in the trilogy as all three books have been a great read and Infinity does not disappoint. It is fast and thrilling with twists throughout. A real page turner.
My only issue is that I believe so much more could have been written about such a unique plot and this book is quite short. But overall a great book and a fantastic series.
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