By all means, this explored the different aspects of alternate dimension traveling. And I think that it was incredibly thorough, very very thorough.
Such as the idea of what happened when people facing danger decides to jump, but it doesn’t work. Which also sets up the plot of the book.
And also makes things turn in a way that I never see it to. Well, as difficult and unique as the subject is. I was in for quite a ride, the beginning was by far the strongest. Given how Marguerite commented that equality happened in an era still stuck in the dark ages, and she will enjoy it more if she wasn’t being chased by them.
And I did hope that it will remain so. I enjoyed how it was jumped straight into the series, and how it simply went from there. With the plot being explained on the way not to mention that it was completely understandable.
Well, I was in for a surprise when I started this trilogy by sheer concept. But the author did a fantastic job with it, I cared for most of the characters and the situations.
Few as they were, due to the fact that every dimension will be different in how they have differences and similarities.
Overall, I found that this sequel was well done and explored the situation of having someone travel through dimensions, while introducing the main villain. Which was surprising, but I’ll leave it to you to find out.
Rating: 4 out of 5