Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
|Print List Price:||£8.31|
Save £3.45 (42%)
Infinity + One Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
Customers who bought this item also bought
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Top Customer Reviews
Amy can do no wrong in my eyes. I knew lots of people loved this book and other than the fact that it had a guitar on the cover that was all I knew. I read no reviews. Didn't look at the blurb.
The Bonnie and Clyde theme. I didn't know about that.
Bonnie is rich, Clyde is poor. I didn't know about that.
I guessed the writing would be sublime. It was.
I guessed I would love the characters. I did.
I guessed I would have my heart in my mouth and stop breathing at some point. I ticked both boxes.
Infinity + 1 is an emotional tale of 2 halves of a whole who find each other on a foggy winter's night when one saves the other and the 2 halves become one.
It's the tale of a journey across a big country where broken people are helped, the starving are fed and hopeless souls are given hope.
There will be laughter. There will be tears. Songs. Red boots. White dress. Tuxedo. Nasty Grandma. Bear. Orange Blazer. Playground slides. I loved every bit of the journey. I clipped so many favourite quotes that I can't begin to share them all.
"I believe in numbers. The ones you can see and the ones you can't. The real and the imaginary, the rational and the irrational, and every point on lines that go on forever. Numbers have never let me down. They don't waffle. They don't lie. They don't pretend to be what they're not. They're timeless."
"Cages come in lots of different colors and shapes. Some are gilded, while others have a slamming door. But golden handcuffs are still handcuffs."
"Both of his hands were in my hair, securing my mouth where he wanted it, holding me still as he tasted my lips and asked me to let him in.Read more ›
Finn is such a wonderful character and so easy to love. To imagine the tragedy, the fear and the pain he has already suffered, breaks your heart. For me, Bonnie Rae was a grower. At times I wanted to scream at her "just call the police! Tell them you're fine! Don't let Finn get into trouble!" but then I realised, Bonnie is a young girl who has had a strange and controlled adult life. She has suffered a horrendous loss, and has had nowhere to turn. Does she have all the right answers, does she react correctly in every situation? Of course not, but why should we expect her to? What she does have is a huge, lonely heart and the need to love and be loved. I adored Bonnie & Finn's relationship. They were exactly what the other needed. Two halves making a new whole. Perfect.
This beautifully written book certainly had it all. I got halfway through and found my stomach was in knots! Never before have I ever been tempted to skip forward to the end of a book to see if everything turned out ok. Of course, I'd never do that. I enjoy the journey too much to ever just fast forward to check for a HEA. Good books should make you feel, so boy, was this a good book. At times I actually gasped out loud "Oh no!" and felt genuine fear for what would happen to the characters, and at other times, I cried like a little kid, particularly when William gave his speech near the end.
This is a sweet and unique read. I loved it. Anyone who has read Amy Harmon before will adore it. Anyone who has not read Amy Harmon? Boy, are you ever missing out! I'd recommend you go download this tale right now.
In terms of the craft, she's amazing, better than before if it's possible, the book was funny, the different points of view were interesting, and at times I literally felt like I was inside the plot and forgot about the reality.
But the main thing I was interested in was the love story, and I was a bit disappointed here. There was a bit too little angst and loss and stuff, maybe it would've been more touching if their twins died actually in the book, not in flashbacks. But then again, that would've been too much like Making Faces I suppose. And the whole arrest, when they were finally apart, was a bit too far in the book, so it wasn't even a surprise, it was something I couldn't wait for and welcomed with relief...
I'm not sure what's my point here, I guess this book was completely different from the others Amy wrote, which is a good thing, obviously, but because the ideas were quite unique, I missed the typical romance where the characters spend ages analysing everything, over-analysing even, making wrong choices, hurting each other... cliche, but Amy used to make it work. Infinity+One is still a nice read though (I love how the title is so mysterious and the explanation so simple and cute!) and I would recommend it.
Bonnie is a superstar, country music's darling but inside she's breaking. Controlled by her Grandmother she seeks escape, fleeing from her last tour date Bonnie decides it's time for it to end. A chance meeting with a stranger leads her away from all that she has known and finally gives her chance to breathe. Clyde didn't want complications, he was finally leaving his past behind when he finds the strange girl who he cannot pass by. Both heading in the same direction they make an unlikely pairing as they set off on a monumental road trip but could Bonnie endanger more than just Clyde's heart? Chased by both their pasts the pair wind up in all sorts of bother that they could never have imagined.
I had one hell of a book hangover from this story and frankly I know I will re read this many times in the future. The characters are perfection and the plot beyond expectation, 5 stars is simply not enough.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my first encounter with the work of Amy Harmon. I loved Finn’s math obsession and did not think I could ever find numbers interesting but I really liked this quirk. Read morePublished 16 months ago by The Belgian Reviewer
i haved loved all Amy books i have read so far and this one was no exception loved it. best thing I have read for sometime. it made me swoon laugh and sad in equal amountsPublished 19 months ago by Kdk
i put of reading this book as the book description seemed so diffrent from the author's other books. Read morePublished on 22 April 2015 by LA
Hmm, I'm a bit undecided on this one. I have really enjoyed other books by this author, but this one left me a bit torn... Read morePublished on 21 Mar. 2015 by GreatWorkInProgress
I can't believe I'm giving an Amy Harmon book 3 stars :(
If this is your first try of her books then I'm sure you'll enjoy it as the story is sweet and characters... Read more
There is no doubt that Amy Harmon is a fantastic writer. I absolutely love her novel "A Different Blue". The premise of this book intrigued me. Read morePublished on 16 Nov. 2014 by MAC
Trouble, heartache, despair, turmoil and pure unadulterated love- I couldn't have asked for more.
This book completely swept me up within it and I was gutted when I had... Read more
This is a super road movie type book. I real page turner and a light read. I loved the maths and puzzles and it had unexpected twists and turns. It kept u guessing until the end.Published on 29 Aug. 2014 by Kate
Look for similar items by category
- Books > Fiction > Adventure Stories & Action
- Books > Romance > Contemporary
- Books > Romance > Romantic Suspense
- Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Crime, Thrillers & Mystery > Suspense
- Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Romance
- Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Romance > Contemporary