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Infinity Ring Book 1: A Mutiny in Time Hardcover – August 28, 2012
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"Tight plotting, snappy dialogue . . . the story moves at a breathless pace." -Rick Riordan, The New York Times
"Scholastic's 'Infinity Ring' is a multimedia ride through history." -The Los Angeles Times
"[Scholastic has] cracked the code for transmedia success - and they're poised to do it again." -Digital Book World
"The brisk action and interactive component will likely attract readers, particularly those who devoured 'The 39 Clues' titles." -School Library Journal
Top Customer Reviews
When Sera finds the final piece to Dak's parents secret attempt at creating a time machine called the Infinity Ring, Daks life gets a whole lot more interesting. After all, how much cooler is it to go back and experience history first hand then read about it hundreds of years later? When Dak and Sera go back in time with Dak's parents things go terribly wrong... for one thing, when they return Dak and Sera are alone, somehow Dak's parents are lost in time. And when Dak and Sera are taken away by people who want and need what the Infinity Ring can do... things go from bad to worse.
Now Dak and Sera, and a Historian named Riq are on a mission to go back in time and not only fix what is called a "break" in time, but hopefully find Dak's parents along the way. First stop... Spain, 1492.... and a meeting with Christopher Columbus!
Infinity Ring is a middle grade style read. In the beginning it gave me memories of Narnia, kids traveling to another world, in this case, another time. Yet Infinity Ring is going to speak to todays young teens. The book is fun and moves quickly and holds your attention. Within the book the main characters (all in their teens) solve word and picture puzzles to know what they are supposed to do. I found this highly engaging as I love puzzles and wanted to figure out the clues right along with them!Read more ›
What I really loved about the book was the "extras" such as the secret flap containing a map/guide for the NEXT book in the series, as well as the online component.
My 11 year old daughter enjoyed the book very much as well, and we are both looking forward to reading the next book.
One of the really fun things about this book is the online game component. The book comes with a map that has clues to help with the game. It also had a lot of cool facts from history presented in a nice way. The game was simple, fun, and full of puzzles and mini-missions. I did find the wagon mini-mission to be very finnicky and a little tedious, but I enjoyed the game overall and played it over a few days. Just FYI - the game is an app as well as on the Internet, but they don't sync up. Meaning however far you get on one doesn't transfer over to the other. But otherwise the game is exactly the same whether you play it on your phone or the internet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Infinity ring was a pretty engaging read, but sometimes I got bored over some historical facts and discriptions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thistle Zhang
It's going to be a sad day when my kids don't like to have a chapter of a book read to them at night anymore. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lilacqueen75
This book is AMAZING!!! When best friends Dak Smyth and Sera Froste stumble upon the key to time travel, a handheld device known as the Infinity Ring, they're swept up in a... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jennifer Jibben
I bought this book for my nephew who is 11 as a Christmas gift. He loved it and read it in one day! His mom will be getting the additional books that go with the series.Published 6 months ago by ali
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I read up to chapter 3 and I was disgusted. its labelled as a children's book, but its loaded with snarky, emotional brats. Read morePublished 8 months ago by burzum1204
We started reading this series over the summer, my son absolutely loves this book series. Adventure, excitement and very interesting. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Madison T. Edwards