A Great Series

By E.C. Myers

PYR 16.95 325 pages

Ephraim thought that his life had calmed down – he was no longer traipsing through parallel universes and had settled down with his girlfriend Jena. Things were going well at home and he was happy. Everything changes, though, when Jena’s analog, Zoe, suddenly appears at prom and the trio must head to a future universe in the hopes of saving all worlds from breaking down into chaos or disappearing altogether. Ephraim thought that his life had calmed down – he was no longer traipsing through parallel universes and had settled down with his girlfriend Jena. Things were going well at home and he was happy. Everything changes, though, when Jena’s analog, Zoe, suddenly appears at prom and the trio must head to a future universe in the hopes of saving all worlds from breaking down into chaos or disappearing altogether. 

Quantum Coin is the second book in the series by author E.C. Myers.   Starting up about a year after the first book ended, the author picks up nicely with the characters from the various universes. The book brings old loves, new jealousies and rivalries into play in a way that adds nicely to the tension throughout the book. The universe travel aspect of the book is interesting and believable. The main drawback to this sequel is Ephraim’s naiveté in trusting other characters without many (or any) questions as he should definitely know better by now in the series.  Overall, though, this is a great book and highly enjoyable addition to the series.

is the second book in the series by author E.C. Myers.   Starting up about a year after the first book ended, the author picks up nicely with the characters from the various universes. The book brings old loves, new jealousies and rivalries into play in a way that adds nicely to the tension throughout the book. The universe travel aspect of the book is interesting and believable. The main drawback to this sequel is Ephraim’s naiveté in trusting other characters without many (or any) questions as he should definitely know better by now in the series.  Overall, though, this is a great book and highly enjoyable addition to the series.

Reviewed By Barbara Cothern

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