ABOUT IRENE HELENOWSKI
Irene Helenowski is statistical analyst collaborating with several biomedical researchers who lives and works in Chicago. She recently received her doctorate degree in Biostatistics from the University of Illinois – Chicago. Her interests include attending art exhibits and music concerts of all types, reading about current scientific advances and theory, and creative writing. She is also looking into foundations which help promote the sciences to youth groups.
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Not being a huge fan of the science fiction genre, I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect out of this book. When I heard the description my attention was piqued – different versions of you in different dimensions…hmmm…that could be an interesting concept. And it sure was.
Order of the Dimensions is the story of Jane Kremowski, a physics graduate student who is working to develop a way for people to visit other dimensions. Not sure what to expect, what they do know is that each dimension will most surely have a different outcome for each of the. Once the multi-server was ready to go, Jane decided to give it a go. What they don’t count on is that someone bad also has some ideas of how the multi-server will benefit him, and is all too keen on using it to his advantage.
I think my favorite part was watching how the author developed Anton, and how he moved from dimension to dimension spreading his evil as he went. If you looked up ulterior motive in the dictionary, this man’s face would be there. And even though he was the bad guy, he was my favorite character. Just to follow how she fleshed out the details with him was a joy.
This is a book I would recommend and can see how there could easily be more books to come – after all, when you create a multi-server the story combination are truly endless, aren’t they?
When 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.