From the publishers of Spirit Animals and The 39 Clues and the mind of James Dashner, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Maze Runner.
Action, humor, and real history collide in the Infinity Ring series!
Sera has a secret. She's seen the future, and it is a terrifying place. Unfortunately, she can't do anything to prevent the Cataclysm while stranded with Dak and Riq thousands of years in the past. Their only hope lies with the ancient Maya, a mysterious people who claim to know a great deal about the future. Is there more to these ancients than meets the eye?
BONUS! Join the adventure -- and experience key moments in history -- in the epic online Infinity Ring game. Each book in the series unlocks a whole new quest at
About the Author
Matt de la Peña is the author of many acclaimed YA novels, including Ball Don't Lie, Mexican White Boy, and The Living; two beloved picture books, A Nation's Hope and Last Stop on Market Street; and two installments in the epic Infinity Ring series. He teaches creative writing at NYU and lives in Brooklyn.
Praise for Infinity Ring #1: A Mutiny in Time:
"Tight plotting, snappy dialogue... the story moves at a breathless pace.” -- Rick Riordan, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Percy Jackson & the Olympians
"History is broken, and we need your help to fix it.' What kid could turn down an invitation like that?... It's a quick, straightforward adventure with a successful mix of action, adventure, and historical substance." -- Publishers Weekly
"Save a place on your shelves for this fast-paced and fun series about historical time travel." -- Voice of Youth Advocates
Praise for Infinity Ring #2: Divide and Conquer:
"Many history-loving kids will be sucked in, while others will be hooked by the accompanying full-color poster-map... and corresponding online game." -- Booklist
Praise for Infinity Ring #3: The Trap Door:
"Three novels into the series, the Infinity Ring pulls off a shocking twist. This book earns the year's strangest compliment: It doesn't read like a time-travel story. It has all the usual tropes: impossible technology, split-second escapes, glimpses of the future. There's even an inventive variation on the grandfather paradox. But in its best scenes, it reads like a historical novel." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Infinity Ring #4: Curse of the Ancients:
"Fans of the series will already be hooked, but even more skeptical readers may be a little curious what happens next." -- Kirkus Reviews