Eternity (Infinity Ring)
Matt de la Peña
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Action, humor, and real history collide in the Infinity Ring series!
Dak Smyth and Sera Froste are heroes. They fixed the Great Breaks in history, setting the world on its proper course at last. Or did they? Strange things are happening in the present, and it all points to more trouble in the past. But the time travelers have no idea why the SQ is so interested in a Chinese alchemist, the trial of Galileo, or a stargazing Russian dog. With the clock ticking and no Hystorians to help them, this time Dak and Sera may not be able to fix what has been broken...
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liar, Sera Froste!” “No, you’re a liar, Dak Smyth!” One of the other prisoners shouted something over their argument, and Sera looked at him. She turned back to Dak, saying, “Aren’t you gonna tell me what he said? Or was that your plan all along? To have one of your thugs rip the translation device right out of my ear and leave me helpless?” “You’re the one with the stupid translation device!” Dak shouted back. “You tell me what he said!” “Why don’t I do the honors?” Sera heard a deep, manly
gazed up the small staircase, toward the open doors. “Follow me,” he said. “We need to see what’s happening here.” Sera and Dak trailed Riq through the quiet halls of the school, peeking into empty classrooms as they walked. “You’ve been here before?” Dak asked. “Just last night,” Riq said in a low voice. “I found a phony Dak wandering around seventeenth-century Rome, furious at being stranded.” He gave Sera a rare smile. “Nice job ditching him, by the way. Anyway, he pretended to be the
confirmed it. They’re being brainwashed.” In a few minutes, they came across a large lecture hall. They peeked through the window and saw that every seat was filled with Seras and Daks who looked to be a year or two older than Sera and Dak were now. Sera stared at another Sera through the window. She was taking notes in a notebook that looked exactly like the kind she used back in school. “Come on,” Riq said to Sera in a soft voice. He pointed down the hall, toward the back door of the lecture
to argue with that. Dak was so excited, he could hardly breathe — though the breathlessness could’ve also been the result of ninety straight minutes of continual running. “Wait for me, pterosaur!” he shouted up at the trees. And then, eyes fixed on the canopy, he collided with a teenage girl. They both shrieked on impact and went tumbling to the ground, the girl’s books scattering everywhere. Dak had the wind knocked out of him, but he still managed to glance up at the treetops. His ancient
device from her pocket. “Watch this. Here, girl!” She pressed a button on the device and the dog vanished, reappearing a moment later at Mrs. Froste’s feet. “Quantum leash,” she said. “For the Soviet space program to continue as it’s meant to, this dog has to go up in that ship. But there’s no reason she has to die up there.” “You were right about one thing, Riq” Sera’s dad said. “We weren’t there for our daughter. And we owe you more than we can say for standing by her through all of this.”