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Quantum
     

Quantum

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by Imogen Rose
 

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A whole year has passed. It's October again... or is it?

As California teen, Arizona Darley, contemplates traveling back through the portal to seek out her dad, her life is plunged into a whirlwind ride through the unknown.

But this time, she doesn't disappear through the portal.

Has Arizona been kidnapped-again? Is Raj Sen to blame? Could Dillard have taken her

Overview

A whole year has passed. It's October again... or is it?

As California teen, Arizona Darley, contemplates traveling back through the portal to seek out her dad, her life is plunged into a whirlwind ride through the unknown.

But this time, she doesn't disappear through the portal.

Has Arizona been kidnapped-again? Is Raj Sen to blame? Could Dillard have taken her?

As Kellan, David and her parents launch a frantic search with the help of the Wanderers, it becomes apparent that things are much more complex than they seem - for all of them. While investigating her daughter's latest disappearance, Olivia faces shocking revelations about the Wanderers and her life with Rupert.

In the meantime, what's happening in New Jersey? Are both of Arizona's worlds about to collide?

Quantum is the third book in the Portal Chronicles. Catch the start of Arizona's adventures in Portal and Equilibrium.

Editorial Reviews

Candy Beuchamp
The end of the second book in this series, EQUILIBRIUM (Portal Chronicles Book Two), leaves us with quite a cliff hanger. I've been not-so-patiently waiting on the third book to come out. I have major instant gratification problems, so either the author took pity on me or I moaned and groaned enough in public forums that she sent me an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of Quantum just to shut me up. Either way, I was excited to find out what happened next. I'm a 30(mumble) year old woman, but I ...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982800201
Publisher:
Imogen Rose
Publication date:
10/31/2010
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.75(d)
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Imogen Rose was born in a small town in Sweden and moved to London in her twenties. After obtaining a PhD in immunology from Imperial College, she moved with her family to New Jersey, where she has been based for the past ten years. Storytelling is her real passion and she is excited to be publishing, QUANTUM, her third work of fiction.

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QUANTUM (Portal Chronicles Book Three) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 154 reviews.
fsutton More than 1 year ago
If you are a fan of the first two books in this series, you will not be disappointed. I read PORTAL (Portal Chronicles) and then couldn't wait to get EQUILIBRIUM (Portal Chronicles Book Two). Now, after much anticipation, I could finally catch up on what was happening with Arizona, Simla, Justin, David and the Wanderers. This is the best of the trilogy and it is written with the same amazing talent that Ms. Rose has given us in the other books. You will need to get a glass of tea, spread a blanket over your lap and sink down in your coziest seat. Once you start reading Quantum, you will not want to stop.
JanTheReaderJH More than 1 year ago
Great series. Just finished book 3....can't wait until 4 comes out. Please hurry.
Allie-K More than 1 year ago
I am a NOT so young adult but I still love this YA series. I picked up PORTAL (Portal Chronicles), the first in her series because of a lot of chatter on the forums. It sat in my TBR pile and kept hearing about it so I read it. I am so glad I did. Immediately after finishing, I went and 1 clicked EQUILIBRIUM (Portal Chronicles Book Two) and finished it in a day. I have been anxiously waiting for Quantum to get here so I could find out what happened!!! I don't want to give anything away, but book 2 left you wandering about some things! Imogen Rose answered all the questions from book 2, but managed to leave you wanting more from Quantum and of course some more unanswered questions. I usually think as a series continues, it gets stale and redundant, but not with this series. Each book has been fresh and exciting, and she still manages to develop the characters and leaves you wanting to read more. Imogen Rose, you have a winner here, CONGRATULATIONS! I loved Quantum and I am loving this series! Keep writing, I need the next book!!!
PDBROWN More than 1 year ago
The third installment of Imogene Roses' Portal Chronicles did not disappoint! The story line is engaging and Quantum has a few added twists and turns - LOVE IT!! Can't wait for the next book in this series! I love the way the author adds details to the story, makes it feel more personal, like the book was written just for me :).
Heather-Bella More than 1 year ago
Quantum, the third book in the Portal Chronicles, was fantastic! The series just keeps getting better and better. In Quantum we learn more of the background of the Wanderers and there are plenty of surprises as well. Yet again I lost sleep reading well into the night! I'm eagerly awaiting the next book in the series. If you haven't given the Portal Chronicles a try, you should!
SparklingReviews More than 1 year ago
After reading the second book in the portal series titled Equilibrium, I have been anxiously awaiting the release of Quantum. Luckily Imogen decided to send me an ARC of Quantum to review, so I didn't have to wait quite as long as I had expected... so thank you Imogen! Quantum, just like the other two books (Portal and Equilibrium) does not disappoint! From page one it hooked me... and there was no sense in attempting to put it down... it just wasn't going to happen! I love reading about Arizona and her adventures between worlds! She is a strong and independent character that counts on herself before anyone else. There are great other characters as well, all the characters are well developed, and each have their own story as to how they know Arizona, and how her life interacts with theirs. In each book we slowly see Arizona and her friends mature more with age. They still have teenage problems, but they have issues that are true to the characters age. I think that is very important, it makes Quantum feel a lot more real. Neither the supporting roles or Arizona are like stereotypical teenagers referred to in books, they aren't jealous, malicious, or just plain annoying... I actually enjoy spending time with these ones. Just like at the end of Portal and Equilibrium I will be anticipating the release of the next and final book in the Portal Chronicles series. To say that they are amazing and a great read is putting it mildly. From book one, you don't want to stop reading until you have made your way through Portal, Equilibrium and Quantum. It's been a very long time since I felt the need to continue reading a series, The Portal Chronicles do that for me... I always anticipate what is going to come next. Without a doubt The Portal Chronicles by Imogen Rose have been some of the best YA books that I have read come to date. Read Portal, Equilibrium and Quantum and escape through a portal to another world, and back again!
amiblackwelder More than 1 year ago
Words to describe this book- Romantic, dramatic, Mysterious, Science Fiction, YA, Adult. This is listed as a YA novel, but I feel adults will enjoy this too. Heck, I am an adult and I liked it! Twists or Turns keep this series very intriguing. In PORTAL we had many questions about how did Arizona get where she was, who was her mother exactly, how was the portal created, would she ever get back. In EQUILIBRIUM we had the big question in the end, the cliff hanger (which I won't spoil) and which I loved! QUANTUM is the third book in Imogen Rose's Portal Chronicles. I enjoy this book this most out of all the three, I think because I felt like I was getting to know the characters better and deeper as well as from book two getting to know the mother more. I really enjoyed the author's exploration of deeper issues. The first book was fun, the second book was a cliff hanger, and the third book is like chocolate cake-delicious and deep. I hope a fourth book will be released, and from the epilogue seems there might be! can't wait! Glad to have such a talented author on amazon and kindle! we need more independent authors who know how to weave a great tale! Reviewed by Ami Blackwelder Author of The Shifters of 2040
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imogenobsessed More than 1 year ago
This book is my second favorite of the series. SO SO good!
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This is a good series for a young teen that is interested in the unusual. If they liked "Twilight" they will probably like this. I read the whole series (as I do with everything I think would appeal to my kids) and would recommend it for the 10 to 14 year old bracket. Not great writing but about on par with Stephanie Meyer.
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