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- Print Length: 230 pages
- Publication Date: June 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00L4KTKVU
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The theory of parallel universes postulated in quantum theory is a fascinating one (albeit difficult to get the part of your brain responsible for logical reasoning around!), and ideal as a premise for a sci-fi adventure, and in her series the author has taken it and run with it, handling the inevitable plot complexity there would be with aplomb.
The author maintains the breathless pace she began in book one (health warning: arch-villain Anton Zelov is very wicked indeed!) right up to the rather unexpected but very satisfying end, and the epilogue is deeply touching.
Very well done, Dr Helenowski!
The author winds a great tale through multi dimensions, some new one are created to combat the evil Anton Zelov, and more people are jumping around. However, there is an underlying love and loyalty running through the good people. Oh, and a horrid evilness running thru the pals of Anton Zelov.
The ending comes way too soon, but a trilogy must end somewhere.
I purchased this book via an online auction I won.
The author has outdone her first two books with the very developed and melodic third book in her trilogy 'Order of the Dimensions'. I think that the author grew in her writing and in her insights in human characters.This book is still better with reading the first two books, but it can also stand alone in the tempo and great explanations of what is happening to our heros and the bad guys.
The worst character of all time is Anton, who has been the dictator of all humanity and universes in all dimensions. He has control of one the multiversers, a box that transports people to alternate dimensions. He uses it to control free will of the individuals who are alive by God's grace. His thirst for violence is gross, and his power mongering, uncomfortable. He needs to go...enter the good folks who make the decisions time and again to stand up for what is right, which are the opinions and voices of all living beings, and they do so sometimes with the risk to their own lives and that of their friends and family, but the die was cast, the order had to be stopped before all life became victimized by the nefarious and evil Order.
The story winds through adventures of the main characters, with Jane and Randy being instrumental in bringing forth justice for those who heartlessly use and abuse others. The real hero, besides Randy, is Jane's cousin Tina. She sees and knows all as she travels back and forth between dimensions, caught between a rock and a hard place time and again, as Anton determines that she must not be free, and be under his control, in all dimensions. Due to much planning and perseverance, justice is finally meted out! I would have liked to relish longer in the ending after having read through the first two books.
Tina was great, and her determination to push forward in her real life, the dimension she was born into, is inspiring, as she becomes inspired by others who too strive to be more, do more, all to create a more self-accepting life for oneself, which she steps into, in her real dimension. She finally embraces her humanity, as do we readers by the time we finish this great book!
Things get worse, power creates a darker vicious controller, Anton is now President and completely out of control. The Order discards certain dimensions on a whim leaving them non existent, these null dimensions are where anyone caught breaking the law would be sent or even their parents. We also learn of red dimensions - forced labour and forced to live in slum like conditions. Anton and The Order were becoming ruthless and cruel in everything they did and you certainly see the darker side as you read.
How on earth was all this going to end? What would it take? It is down to one person who has to make the biggest decision of their life, especially when their current life is happy and they are completely unaware of what a loved one is really capable of in other dimensions, until they are shown.....
More of a story line in this book than the chase in the second book but don't expect the pace to slow down, you may be flicking back to check things out and keeping up with this amazing author. You connect with the characters feeling their pain, grief and sadness. Although it's hard to believe you even feel for Anton when you read about his sadness.
I would suggest reading all the books in order to really get a tight grip of who is who and the full background of the story to really enjoy the final book to an awesome series.
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