To celebrate the release of Scholastic’s new interactive series, The Infinity Ring, I’m giving away 2 copies of the first book, A Mutiny in Time by James Dashner. It’s a very cool new time travel adventure series, perfect for fans of The 39 Clues. To learn more about the series you can read my post here on the blog.
Thanks to everyone who entered. This competition is now closed.
Scholastic NZ are also running a really cool competition on their website to celebrate the release of the series. All you have to do is register and play the Infinity Ring game on http://www.scholastic.co.nz/assets/pdf/tileE.pdf and you go in the draw to win iPods and iPads.
11 thoughts on “Win The Infinity Ring: A Mutiny in Time”
i would love to have been around in the time of titanic and all the excitment of that new ship
I would love to go back to the early 1900’s and chat with my Granny when she was a little girl. I’ve heard the stories, how I would love to have been there in person! Her Dad was an extremely clever man – an engineer – and I’ve love to chat to him and ask him about going to Germany after the war to find machinery that was to be taken back to Britain as reparation.
I would love to go back in time and meet my grandad who died before I was born
I would love to travel back in time to the Prehistoric period as i have a dinosaur mad son who wants to know what they were REALLY like. I would take a modern day camera and capture images to bring back with me. If i mangaged to capture a baby raptor i would bring that back as a pet.
Hello Zac, I would love to win these for our school library. If I went back in time it think I would like to go to the Victorian Times as I just love the clothes/dresses the women wore.
maybe 1800 would love to see the way they dressed and take my kids with me so they can see how lucking they are,
New York before 2001 because I was born on the day the twin towers were brought down.
I’d like to live in an early Viking settlement – would be so different!
Medieval England would be fascinating to visit, definitely wouldn’t want to get stuck there though!!
It would be amazing to see the Roman Empire in all it’s glory. I’d love to win a copy of the book for our school library. The 39 Clues have been incredibly popular and I imagine this series will be too!