Anyway, now I have signed copies of all three books!!
What I liked:
- It kept my interest. I finished it in two days.
- Timepiece is told from the head of a boy who can read emotions, and this is done brilliantly. It was adequately masculine.
- The time travel element sticks around despite the main characters being non-time-travelers.
- One of the most interesting aspects of this book is Lily’s background. Lately, I’ve been advised not to write about other ethnic backgrounds, and I think many authors suffer from similar advice. Not Myra. Lily is an immigrant who fled Cuba with her grandmother when she was little. Her parents were left behind, and she had to change her name when she came to the states. RTFO more.
- I wish the cover had a boy on it, because a blond girl with gravity issues has nothing to do with this story.
- I think someone told Myra “Your villain has to be actively present throughout your story” and so she threw Jack into scenes where he had no logical reason for being.
- I’m not sure I actively disliked this, but the romance was a little slow and not nearly as sparky as the romance in Hourglass. I think it has to do with the male POV. This might be the POV is split between two characters in Infinityglass.
All in all: 3 stars.
Read my review of Hourglass here. An Infinityglass review is coming soon!