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Quantum Prophecy Book Review

882 words - 4 pages

Christian Johnson Johnson 1
English 1A
Instructor: Rita Fork
November 4, 2008

Quantum Prophecy: The Awakening Book Review

Quantum Prophecy: The Awakening was written by author Michael Carroll. Unfortunately no given information was listed about why he chooses to write on this particular subject. As far as writing the book Carroll states “It was a good idea, I thought, and I knew that it could be the seed of an interesting story.” Carroll has written numbers of books, short stories, comic strips, articles, reviews and interviews. Also along with writing the Quantum Prophecy series he has written, the Pelicos trilogy, Moonlight, She Fades Away and Renegade. The ...view middle of the document...

A major scene is where Colin is stranded in a boarding house after the kidnapping of his parents. Colin finds a way to make it all the way to New York from Florida just with the help of his powers, persuasion and determination. The conclusion that the reader can learn from this message that the book provides is, no matter the obstacle, challenge, or problem there is always a way to prevail despite the odds. Just by looking at the struggle that these two teenagers went through to fight evil is enough proof that anything is possible. Michael Carroll has proven his thesis to my taste. Carroll shows valid proof in his story (fiction or non-fiction) that there is hope for any teenager that holds the spirit to prevail through any situation that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
My personal reaction to the book was highly favorable and thrilled through out all thirty-eight chapters. In all terms of the word, the characters in Quantum Prophecy were believable. In every child, teenager, or even adult’s life there is a point where we all make the statement “I wish I had super powers”. In this story Carroll gives a front seat and first person view to what it is like to watch normal and ordinary people develop, learn, and manage super powers the only way we ourselves would have, through trial and error. Carroll also captures the interest of readers with compelling details, edge of your seat action, suspense, and with...

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