Adam Silvera Reveals Title and Release Date for Infinity Cycle #3

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Cover design by Erin Fitzsimmons, Art by Kevin Tong; HarperCollins

Adam Silvera’s Infinity Cycle comes to a close next year, and he officially revealed the title and release date for the final installment in the trilogy. Book three in the series is entitled Infinity Kings and is due to publish on March 12, 2024. You can pre-order it here. The cover reveal will come at a later date.

Alongside Infinity Kings‘ announcement, Silvera revealed the new paperback covers for Infinity Son (book 1) and Infinity Reaper (book 2), with the new editions set to hit shelves on December 5. Both covers were designed by David Curtis with art by Meybis Ruiz Cruz. Infinity Son‘s new cover features Emil and Ness. The new edition will include a prequel story centered on Ness, “First Face,” which was originally an Infinity Reaper first printing exclusive. Infinity Reaper‘s cover features Brighton and Maribelle.

Infinity Son introduced readers to Emil and Brighton, brothers who have long admired a group of vigilante celestials (who are born with magic) known as the Spell Walkers, who are embroiled in a war with Blood Casters (who steal magic). Brighton dreams of one day developing powers, wanting to fight right alongside the Spell Walkers. Emil, however, would much rather keep his head down. Soon, though, Emil develops powers of his own, thrusting the pair into the war and testing their brotherhood along the way.

Infinity Reaper picks up from Infinity Son‘s ending as Emil now races against the clock to save Brighton’s life. Emil is also still desperate for a way to get rid of his powers after a major reveal in Son further complicated things. Meanwhile, the Spell Walkers’ ranks are slowly crumbling as they continue battling for peace.

Check out the new covers below:

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