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  • a contemporary with an interesting twist

    The Infinite Noise is a book that's definitely worth a read, but don't get into it expecting the first book to be anything but a contemporary story with a little twist. It's mostly a development and exploration of Adam and Caleb's relationship as well as their emotional states throughout the time. It's an interesting take on x-men kids, but I do wish both main characters were better developed as individuals. We only get to know Adam and Caleb throughout their relationship — outside of it, they become one-dimensional characters without established personality or views. I do believe the second book will pick up the pace, so I'll definitely going to keep an eye on the sequel.

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  • A mash-up of all of my favorite genres

    Based on her award-winning podcast, The Bright Sessions, Laure Shippen tries her hand at book-writing with a story based on the world of Dr. Bright and the characters from the podcast. In Shippen’s debut novel, The Infinite Noise, the focus fall on two teens trying to navigate high school with the additions of love and supernatural powers. I had never heard of The Bright Sessions and this book was literally a “judging a book by its over” purchase (because let’s be honest: it’s gorgeous)! But I really enjoyed learning about Atypicals and the way Caleb’s empathy works. This debut is YA, romance, and sci-fi all wrapped up in one 300+ page book! Both Caleb and Adam are dealing with issues and use each other to help balance out their emotions. Shippen also places focus on self-harm, depression, and other mental health issues and weaves them well into the story. The only thing that I would critique is that I wish there was more discussion about the AM and other Atypicals in the world, but it may be because it’s either covered in the podcast or maybe is saving it for a different novel? Either way, the focus was mainly on the romance and the sci-fi was kind of in the background. This book was engaging and 100% binge-worthy! I will definitely be reading more of Shippen’s works (including the second book in this series set to come out) and now really want to check out the podcast that started it all!

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  • A fun read

    A fun read that kept me interested throughout. Looking forward to the next one.

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