Interworld by Neil Gaimon and Michael Reaves

InterworldJoey Harker is a kid who gets lost in his own home. Seriously. He once made a wrong turn or two and wound up in closet. While walking through town on a school assignment, Joey stumbles into an alternate reality. It’s a world eerily the same yet different from his own, and that’s just the first world he comes across.  Suddenly he’s fighting side by side with his alternate universe counterparts in a war of opposing forces of science and magic for control of all the worlds.
Neil Gaimon has written award winning fantasy fiction for adults such as Neverwhere and American Gods. Coraline is his New York Times bestselling book for children. It’s a dark and scary fairytale/alternate reality story.  He’s also the author of the Sandman series of graphic novels. You can visit him online at
Michael Reaves is a screen writer who has written for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Twilight Zone, Batman: The Animated Series, and Gargoyles. His novels include the New York Times bestseller Star Wars: Darth Maul – Shadow Hunter.  Visit him online at
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