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Quantum Academy: A Reverse Harem Academy Romance (Paranormal Academy) (English Edition) Format Kindle
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- ASIN : B07SJL49WG
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 6315 KB
- Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
- Synthèse vocale : Activée
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 193 pages
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There seemed to be some continuity errors to me but it could just be me misunderstanding what I had read. I was confused about Jonathon and Sierra’s memories. Jonathon’s realm had the baby Sierra that died shortly after birth. So he, and a group of “Fixers” travelled to a different realm to kidnap Sierra from her evil parents. Jonathon taught her everything about magic and they fell in love, but then to keep her safe they cast a spell on her which blocked her memories while hiding her from her parents. So I guess that wasn’t needed during her earlier years? And when exactly did the cabin scene with Jonathon happen and in what realm? And with all the realm jumping and doppelgängers theory about they can’t be in the same realm without one dying, how was it possible for Shaun and Daniel to go to the other realms at the end? No one seemed concerned about the other realms Daniels and Shauns.... that all just sounds super confusing and it is making my brain hurt trying to figure it out now.
I also felt like the story was rushed and didn’t have much depth to the characters. I felt like a lot of characters, histories, and motives were just scratching the surface without ever getting to the meaty core. I don’t know how else to describe it.
The creativity is there and I can tell the author had great ideas for this story but it just seemed like it didn’t translate to black and white very well. This is just my opinion and like I said before, it could just be me misunderstanding the story.
As it is written now, this can be considered a standalone since the ending wrapped things up nicely with the defeat of her parents and Sierra taking her rightful place. If the series was to continue, I am not sure if I would read it or not.