Walking in Two Worlds


Product Details

$9.99  $9.29
Tundra Books (NY)
Publish Date
5.55 X 8.14 X 0.83 inches | 0.63 pounds

Earn by promoting books

Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.

Become an affiliate

About the Author

WAB KINEW is the bestselling, award-winning author of Go Show the World and The Reason You Walk. An Honourary Witness for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and a follower of the Anishinaabe way of life, he is a former journalist, hip-hop artist and television host who was named by Postmedia News as one of "9 Aboriginal movers and shakers you should know." Kinew lives in Winnipeg with his family.


A Quill & Quire Kids' Book of the Year (2021)

"Kinew's first novel for teens stands out in the field of speculative fiction with its respectful, celebratory, and nuanced exploration of cultures and communities all too often at risk of erasure (particularly Indigenous communities)." --STARRED REVIEW, Booklist

"This smart, entertaining speculative novel gives readers a unique and moving portrait of young life -- and the possibilities for gaming life -- from a tribally specific corner of the world." --Publishers Weekly

"A thrilling, high-tech page-turner with deep roots." --Kirkus Reviews

"Walking in Two Worlds is overall a powerful reading experience, thought-provoking, and emotional by turns." --Quill & Quire

"Walking in Two Worlds is a novel which defies easy classification . . . there is something to both entertain and educate any readers lucky enough to meet Bugz and Feng and to live and walk, even for a short time, in the two worlds in which they live." --CM: Canadian Review of Materials

"Kinew delivers a fun, brilliantly executed blend of gamer geekdom, social issues and Indigenous culture." --Shelf Awareness

"A call for young people to celebrate their true selves, despite any racism or bullying they may encounter." --Winnipeg Free Press

"Walking in Two Worlds is exciting, inventive, and refreshing with its unique technology and perspectives." --Locus Magazine

"With dizzying action set in virtual reality, Walking in Two Worlds is at once exhilarating, clever, and poignant, seamlessly blending traditional knowledge with science fiction for an important entry into the genre of Indigenous Futurism. It doesn't just walk in two worlds, it sprints." --David A. Robertson, award-winning author of the bestselling The Barren Grounds