In an exciting new young adult adventure that bends the line between fantasy and science fiction, fourteen-year-old Dawn McCurtain is shanghaied from her suburban home by a ragtag crew of pirates including a vampire, troll, fairy, robot, identical twins from different worlds, and the mysterious stone-faced captain Lexandrous Stare, whose chivalry seems only matched by his deviousness using her as a pawn in his schemes.
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While running late to school, Dawn is approached by Stare to accompany him on an adventure in another world. She declines and later finds herself attacked by a vampire in the women's bathroom at her school and a monster underneath a holographic veil at home. When she is kidnapped, Dawn is forced to comply as the pirates are her only way home. On another Earth, she poses as her doppelganger to steal a matter/antimatter reactor the pirates hope will enable them to travel freely through the multiverse. After Dawn nearly foils the plot, they are pursued by the naval forces of the Union of Worlds and crash-land on a desert world filled with mutated creatures willing to kill for water. Dawn and Lex are captured, and she comes to learn that there is much more to the pirates than she had ever guessed.
Across four different Earths, the story of Dawn on the Infinity imagines the wonders and consequences of a world where we could travel between worlds.