It is always good to read a book that has elements of science in it and I actually mean science. Science has always been my favourite subject so to see the elements of that was brilliant.
This book is a whirlwind of emotions for me and I am right back where I began; not trusting characters.
Marguerite eventually becomes of those characters I just want to smack over the head; I can’t tell you otherwise it would spoil it but trust me you would feel the same. Overall, she is a good solid main characters but she has her flaws, a lot of main characters do.
But unfortunately my favourite character award for this book does not in-fact go to Marguerite, it goes to the one and only Paul Markov. Now he’s a good character, he’s the one everyone instantly blames everything on and I am a big believer of innocent before proven guilty so I kinda trusted him from the start. He is a good character in this story and one that will go along way.
I loved how the story flowed even though we were transported to these other ‘dimensions’ not once did it ever loose the flow of the story and that is a good thing when you are setting your story in different places.
This book was a brilliant start to a series and I am totally excited to see where this story goes.