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Publisher's Summary

From bestselling author Brian Freeman comes an explosive new psychological thriller that pushes the limits of reality as we know it.

One rainy night, the unthinkable happens: Dylan Moran’s car plunges off the road into a raging river, his beautiful wife drowning as he struggles to shore.

In the aftermath, through his grief, Dylan experiences sudden, strange visions: wherever he goes, he’s haunted by glimpses of himself. Dylan initially chalks it up to trauma, but that changes when he runs into a psychiatrist who claims he’s her patient. She says he has been undergoing a unique hypnotherapy treatment built on the idea that with every choice, he creates an infinite number of parallel universes.

Now those parallel universes are unlocked--and Dylan’s doppelgänger has staked a claim to his world. Can Dylan use these alternate realities to get a second chance at the life that was stolen from him? Or will he lose himself…to himself?

©2021 by Brian Freeman. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Man this book was crazy!!! This was my first book by this author and won't be my last. From the very beginning I was completely enthralled by this story. I both couldn't wait to see what was happening and was worried about how this was going to come together. When I was listening all I was thinking was "WHAT THE....WHAT? My emotions were all over the place and the author had me changing my mind with just about each chapter. Thankfully the ending brought everything together which is what I needed!

Andrew Eiden was PERFECT for this book! He is my favorite narrator so this was no surprise to me but even through I expected perfection, he still blew me away with his performance in this book!

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If you enjoyed "Devs" ...no spoilers

I don't usually take the time to write reviews...basically I will if the book is very bad (to warn people off) or very good (to promote it). This time the book was VERY good.
I can honestly say this was a twisty ride. I LOVE this type of techno thriller. It's mind bending and well, I don't want to spoil it for you. Like I said, you enjoyed Devs, you'll probably really enjoy this audiobook.
Also, the narrator did a great job too, I thought.

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Incredibly suspenseful

This is a fantastic book.

The main character, Dylan, is a flawed, realistic and somewhat unlikeable character. But he sort of grew on me because during the book, he began to see his own flaws and tried to become a better person.

The plot was incredibly suspenseful, with many moments of uncertainty and terror for Dylan. I was wondering how the author could possibly get Dylan out of the quandary. Then there was an unexpected twist; and then another one; and then another one. And at that point something occurred to me and I partially figured things out.

It was an imaginative and wonderful novel that I didn’t want to end. The narrator was very good too.

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Jaw-dropping

This is one of the most captivating audiobooks I’ve ever listened to!!!! I’m at a loss for words, as the “mental trip” of the “infinite” possibilities of the world created within the story, was unique, fresh and left me awestruck!! Loved every minute!!

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Excellent performance!

The performance by Andrew Eiden really added the emotional feelings of the characters. I will definitely consider additional books where he provides the narration.

This is the type of book that should be read with an unbiased look at things we just don't understand. The mind is an amazing organ that in part contributes to how we see ourselves. Consider looking into a mirror, then imagine when you walk away a copy of yourself also leaves to participate in a different reality. If you break the mirror, now there are dozens of possible realities. A better example would be in a carnival's House of Mirrors that litterally provides you a 360 degree look at the physical representation of who you are. In Brian Freeman's book, Infinite, you will be immersed in an infinite number of realities much like these multifaceted images you see. Imagine that instead of walking away as your image retreats, one image of you choose to follow another one.

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Could not finish

There was nothing about this book that I enjoyed. I found the main character to be completely unlikable and I had no interest in trying to stick it out until the end.

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Maybe....

I can’t speak to the story itself because I couldn’t get past the narration. There is a nasal quality to it (in my opinion) that makes me hear whining, and I really couldn’t stand his ‘female’ voice. Had to stop after two chapters.

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I thought the story line dragged on a bit, but the ending made me completely forgot about that!!

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HOW MANY OF US ARE OUT THERE?

The beginning of this audiobook was so slow that I almost returned it for a refund. However, being a Freeman fan, I hung in for a little longer and soon realized I had become totally engrossed in the story. The concept was unique, there are a lot of twists that keep the reader interested, and the narrator was excellent. Well done and worth listening to.

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Not my favorite from this author

it kept my interest but a very different style for Brian Freeman. I liked his previous series better.

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  • 03-22-21

Really enjoyed it, I didn't want it to end

I loved this book, the characters, the story, the way it makes you think.

I don't want to give any spoilers but if you like films like Inception or Memento then this book gave off a very similar vibe for me.

I'd love to see a Christopher Nolan adaptation of this book on the big screen.

If you're on the fence and aren't sure if you should spend a credit on this book just do it.

Infinite.