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The New Heroes: The Chasm Paperback – June 29, 2017
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The book itself was good, but the reason I only gave it 3 stars was because Quantums vision never came to pass. It's like the author forgot about it. Here is what I mean ""You were only a few minutes old when I held you in my arms for the first time. I saw something then. I saw the future. The vision was clearer than any I'd had before. It... Danny, I saw what you would become. I saw an army, gathering on the horizon; hate in their eyes; blood on their hands; death in their hearts. And leading them was you. My son." He closed his eyes. "I can't touch the future anymore, Danny, but I can remember what I saw then. I saw the day coming when all the world's heroes will stand against you and be destroyed. There will be no one left to protect the world. In your hatred and anger, you will lay waste to the Earth."" That was an excerpt from the first book, where Danny's father Quantum had a vision of him conquering the Earth and being a general badass. I know that this could not have actually happened, but the author turned Danny into a One armed loser, who had a minimal impact on the story. I just wish the author had followed the original game plan, instead of introducing unnecessary characters, creating an unnecessary prequel series, and have to many plots and characters at the same time. It all jumbled together, and some of the most important parts, like what I mentioned above, were forgotten. This series could have been great, but the author took it in the wrong direction.