Kyan Green and the Infinity Racers

Publisher: Bloomsbury Children’s Books

Kyan is unimpressed with an old racing-car game he finds in the loft: the picture on the box is hand-drawn, the u-shaped track only has seven pieces and there aren’t even any vehicles included. He eventually figures out how it works and is astounded when he’s sucked into the game and thrust into a parallel universe.

Kyan finds himself in the middle of a high-speed race, which is both thrilling and terrifying. Although he wins, a rival competitor cheats, and steals the prize money as Kyan is pulled back to his own reality. Kyan is furious, as the money could have secured his family’s future by paying their spiteful landlord, who is threatening them with eviction. Determined to re-enter the game and claim what is rightfully his, Kyan enlists the help of his friends. However, every time they play, they are transported to yet another dimension, and Kyan’s nemesis – who seems curiously familiar – appears in a different guise each time.

The stakes are high and the pace is fast and furious in this exhilarating, multiverse adventure. Injected with plenty of humour, it also touches on real-life issues of financial instability, friendship and trust.

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