Jump dimensions. Save the world. Don’t fall in love. These are the three simple rules Kori needs to follow in Jus Accardo’s Infinity, but we think it’s impossible not to fall in love with this beautiful cover.
In Infinity, the first of the Infinity Division series, Kori’s army general dad sends a teenage subordinate to babysit her while he’s away. But Cade, equally beautiful and deadly, looks at her like he knows her soul – and then he saves her from a seemingly random attack, and things get weird. Turns out, Kori’s dad isn’t just an army general—he’s the head of a secret government project that has invented a way to travel between parallel dimensions. Dimensions where there are infinite Koris, infinite Cades… and apparently, on every other Earth, they’re madly in love.
“I have [over nine]books with Entangled Publishing, and they’ve always blown me away when it comes to their covers. But this bad boy? I love it so hard — for so many reasons. Infinity is a story of possibilities. Of hope. To me, hope is something so simple — yet incredibly potent. When I first saw the cover, I thought, this is perfection. Simple, yet powerful. To me, it was meaningful,” said Accardo. “Almost exactly a month before Infinity sold, my mother was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Treatment was rough, and very, very long, but she is currently cancer free and doing well. I remember one of her nurses had a tattoo. An intricate infinity symbol done almost like the staff of Asclepius. Underneath, it said ‘Infinite hope.’ It became our thing. Infinite hope. We’d joke about finding the infinity symbol in everyday objects. Like Kori, the main character in the book, just seeing that symbol lifted our spirits. It gave us hope. I like to think that this was the universe’s round and about way of telling us to keep on fighting. I’m so excited to share this book with you guys!”
Infinity releases from Entangled on November 1.