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Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, traveling throughout various universes to ensure their survival when something anomalous appears. Having been dispatched to a universe where teens battle for an opportunity for them and their families to live in Hedon, Jed has to figure out what is causing magical beings from other universes to appear in this dystopian society before it destroys both universes. With this batch of teens determined to have more than the traditional one winner of the Gauntlet, Jed adds his ingenuity, training, and unique technology to aid their pursuit and the brewing rebellion while striving to save this world.
While the book encompasses many different types of stories and characters its primary narrative thread follows a dystopian competition highly reminiscent of The Hunger Games, albeit it with a load of other things happening at the same time. With the inclusion of elves, merpeople, orcs, dragons, and fairies (not to mention the robot pirate that opened the book and the sci-fi elements inherent to the existence of the Crossroads) this an entertaining read, if you remain on the surface level; there's a lot of disparate lore trying to be incorporated into one narrative without much of the necessary development going on to make it cohesive and truly build upon the concept of the multiverse.
Overall, I'd give it a 2.5 out of 5 stars.
It makes the story turn out so much better!
The book is just a lot of fun, and I hope the start of a series.
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Jed Ryland is an agent of the Crossroads, always on watch for incompatible universes smashing together.Read more