Game Changer isn’t my favourite Neal Shusterman book but I still enjoyed it. I love all things about parallel universe or multiverse stories, so of course when I found out one of my favourite authors was writing a book about that I was thrilled.
The book follows a very privileged teenage boy who gets hit in the head and thrown into various different dimensions. I thought it was a very clever (but not very subtle) way of showing privilege to teenagers who may not have come across the term or subject before. Who are privileged teens most likely to relate to if they haven’t been exposed to this kind of thing before, after all?
Like I said, this isn’t my favourite book of Shusterman’s. I don’t think it offered anything new, and other authors have certainly approached the topic better, but I enjoyed the parallel universe stuff enough to give this a good rating.