Title: Order of the DimensionsWhen Jane Kremowski first began her graduate studies in physics at Madison State University in Wisconsin, little did she know where her work would take her. Now, she is embroiled in a multitude of dimensions all leading to different outcomes. She and her colleagues therefore must act wisely in order to take and keep away the Order of Dimension from falling into the wrong hands for the sake of her loved ones.
Author: Irene Helenowski
Publisher: Irene Helenowski
Release date: September 14, 2012
Jane Kremowski is a graduate physics student at Madison State University. She has been working on a device called the Multiverser, which, as the name implies, allows the user to visit alternate universes. The story follows Jane as she tries to stop the Multiverser from falling into the wrong hands, especially from one Dr. Anthony Zelov, who has ulterior motives and ideal dimensions involving our herione. Jane must stop Dr. Z from using the device to gain power, in order to save the innocent and especially her loved ones.The idea of the story can't get any more creative. I loved the multi-verse aspect and how it could change based on certain instances. And with a clever device like the Multiverser! It was all very complex and layered that I couldn't put it down because I wanted to know what would happen next and try to make sense of it all.
While the story was thrilling, the characters fell a little flat. The narrative was in the third person omniscient, but there wasn't much depth, so it was quite difficult to feel any connections with them. There was a lot of dialogue to keep the story moving, however. I just felt that it was missing something. The switching dimensions was also confusing at times, as great as a concept it was. It was a little hard to keep up with; I kept trying to get a feel of who these characters really were and found it quite difficult, as their personalities shifted depending on the dimension they were in. Overall, the character of Anthony Zelov was the real hook for me. He seemed lovely from the outside, but the guy's pretty twisted. He manipulates people in the most cunning ways and sometimes his plans for people got downright creepy. Plus his obsession with Jane borders on psychotic, which made him the classic and best kind of villain. But really, the guy is like Hitler, it's scary.
Helenowski described each dimension with great detail, but sometimes it was so much information that it felt kind of draggy in places. There were also a few grammatical errors, but that's nothing that a good editor can't fix. All in all, I thought Order of the Dimensions was an interesting read. I'd definitely recommend it to sci-fi fans, or just science fans in general. There's a vast time-travelling, science-y vocabulary all over this book, and while that's never been my strong point, I found myself pretty fascinated with the whole idea.
Thank you to Irene Helenowski for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.
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