At the moment of Audrey Montgomery’s birth a new world came into existence. It is a barren place, a catalyst for the darkness spreading through the multidimensional system. The shift in power makes Audrey an invaluable pawn in a war between those who want to protect her and those who will go to extraordinary lengths to eliminate her.
As a result, she has spent her life on the run, unaware of her true origins. When her father dies and leaves her with a shocking legacy, her life is irrevocably changed. If she has any hope of surviving, Audrey must embrace her new reality and trust a man who is as dark and uncertain as the future itself.
Lieutenant Keith Delany, an Interdimensional Officer of the Law (IDOL), is tasked with bringing her in. It is an assignment his entire team is invested in, having spent years searching for her. As a senior member of the squad, Keith is charged with protecting her, with showing her the truth about her past, and with preparing her for an unknown future. As an IDOL he is responsible for every life, for every traveller who navigates the system. But his connection to Audrey is unprecedented, and he soon discovers she alone holds the power to prevent the continuum’s collapse.
I loved the whole sci-fi feel of the book. The different powers in the book which depend on where you live was ingenious. The start of the book was very good and I enjoyed the perspective of different worlds. The only thing I would say was I got very confused. The POV swapping and world travelling made me wonder what the actual goal was. The same person in different realities was a good idea but I got a bit confused who was who. Perhaps include a character guide at the start or end of the book with a piece of information about who a character is. Though this could be just me as I avoid high fantasy for the same reason. Lots of characters with complicated names really confuse me. I still liked the book and if you like high fantasy or hard-core sci-fi then this book is for you.