|Danger and evil have come to the bustling city of New
Orleans, and Nick is in a race against time. Not only to save his own hide but those of
the people at school. Again.
The story starts the day the first book ended, right after
Nick and his friends defeat the zombies. The new football coach literally wants to kill
him, hoards of demons are trying to collect on the newly placed bounty on his head,
hes receiving magic tutoring from Death and someone is out there murdering
14-year-old boys with Nick next on that list. He also deals with bullies, his
smothering mother, and girl troubles (why is the most popular girl in school suddenly into
There is a lot of character building happening, expanding established characters like
Bubba and Mark and adding some new dimensions to them. New and interesting characters like
Grim, Pain, and Suffering are introduced. There isnt as much action as
"Infinity" as it has Nick figuring out what his powers are, how to use them and
finding out secrets about himself. More of the mysteries about the series are unfolded and
the motives of each of the parties fighting over Nicks future are revealed.
This is a great book, hilarious, fast-paced, action-packed and left you wanting more.
Its a YA book and has an interesting world, wonderful characters, and interesting
storylines. The ending will have you wondering what's next and how Nick's going to deal
with the relentless revelations. My only complaint is there is very little of Acheron
(pout) and only a brief glimpse of Savitar.
You don't need to have read the Dark-Hunter series to enjoy this book (and those are
definitely not YA). You do need to read INFINITY first since INVICIBLE picks up
immediately after the events from that book and Kenyon doesn't waste time rehashing what's
already happened. I highly recommend this series for teenagers.