There is not just one you, there are many yous. We’re part of a multiplicity of universes in parallel dimensions – and Everett Singh’s dad has found a way in.
But he’s been kidnapped, and now it is as though Everett’s dad never existed. Yet there is one clue for his son to follow, a mysterious app: the Infundibulum.
The app is a map, not just to the Ten Known Worlds, but to the entire multiverse – and there are those who want to get their hands on it very badly. If Everett’s going to keep it safe and rescue his dad, he’s going to need friends: like CaptainAnastasia Sixmith, her adopted daughter and the crew of the airship Everness.
But to be honest, that can’t even begin to describe the action-packed adventure that is Planesrunner, the best I can probably do to capture it is post this quote:
The kind of airship-dueling, guns-blazing fantasy that makes me wish I could pop through to the next reality over, join the Airish, and take to the skies” —Paolo Bacigalupi, Michael L. Printz Award–winning author of Ship Breaker
That’s what it’s all about. And, because I work at Jo Fletcher Books, I can tell you that not only is this first book in the series brilliant but the second one, Be My Enemy, ramps it up another notch on the excitement scale, it’s a series so very worth investing in.
We will be releasing Planesrunner in January 2013, but until that point, here’s the cover reveal I promised you (cover art courtesy of Chris Shamwana at Ghost Design):