Review – Quanta Reset by Lola Dodge @Lola_Dodge

Book & Author Details:

Quanta Reset by Lola Dodge
(The Shadow Ravens #3)
Published by: Ink Monster LLC
Publication date: September 27th 2016
Genres: Futuristic, Romance, Young Adult


Quanta has escaped her laboratory prison, but that’s where the good news ends.

Life at the Shadow Ravens’ compound is a disaster. She’s drowning in visions of the dark pasts and darker futures of her fellow Ravens and is plagued by her own panic-inducing memories, but Lady Eva still expects her to “train” and “participate in missions.” Plus, the food tastes like burnt plastic.

The only bright spot is her genetic pairing to the brilliant Altair Orpheus. As their relationship grows, she’s positive that chemicals aren’t the only things drawing them together—although chemistry is definitely involved.

While they test the limits of her game-changing new ability to reset time, word arrives from Eva’s agents: Doctor Nagi is still experimenting with her DNA. If he succeeds in duplicating her power…

Forget the Shadow Ravens. The whole world is toast.


I’m just going to come right out and say it. I think that this is a great follow up to Quanta; better than Quanta.

In part, I think that is because I know the characters now.  I want them to succeed.  I am invested in their fictional lives.  But is also because the author has done such a good job with the narrative. In this book, confusion and instability reigns, and this leeches through the page into the brain of the reader to ensure that the readers mood mirrors that of the protagonists.

The resolution for the issue raised in this book is, in my opinion, particularly clever.

Overall, an immensely enjoyable, quick read.  I await the concluding part with eager anticipation.

I voluntarily reviewed a Review copy of this book.



purchase links

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About the author

LolaLola Dodge is a compulsive traveler, baker, and procrastinator. She earned her BA in English from Stonehill College and MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University–and hasn’t stopped moving since. When she’s not on the road, Lola spends her time indoors where the sunlight can’t melt her, writing or bingeing on anime and cherry soda. She can be summoned in a ritual involving curry, Hello Kitty idols, and a solid chocolate pentagram.

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