Infinityglass flaunts McEntire's meticulous world building in a quick paced story full of a delicious blend of angst and yearning. Complete with family dysfunction and deep secrets, McEntire kept me turning pages well into the wee hours of the night. I liked the way that Infinityglass examines the concepts of identity and agency. While also delving into interpersonal relationships, particularly friendships, the relationship between Hallie and her concept of self was the most powerful.
The entire Hourglass series is well worth reading if you're looking for something that will pull at your heart strings in a world that is at best, wibbly wobbly and timey wimey.
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