From the moment the Hourglass group violated the rules of the space-time continuum to rescue a murdered love one, time has been in flux. People from other centuries slide into our time, intruding into our space, threatening our world.
Frantically seeking a way to turn back the tide, the Hourglass begins to search for the legendary Infinityglass, tracking it to the city of New Orleans, a place where the past rests easily with the present.
Quiet, reliable Dune, the group’s favorite geek, is selected to travel to the Crescent City and somehow retrieve the renowned object.
But there’s a problem.
Because the Infinitiyglass is not an object, it’s a person.
A beautiful, headstrong dancer named Hallie, a girl so enticing Dune can’t take his eyes off her.
And time is not on her side.
3/5 stars (liked it)
I did not like the voices of Dune or Hallie at first but grew to like them. I also though that the POV changed too often that sometimes I didn’t even realize it had changed. But overall a nice conclusion to the series. Plus we did find out about the other characters and what happens after the concluding events. I did not like this one as much as the second book and really think the author could have done more and explained some things better.