Series Review: The Quantum Prophecy, by Michael Carroll

quantum-prophecy-thePicture being able to fly, run fast, or hear far away sounds. Now reading about all these super powers makes me want them even more than my normal daydreams do. In the series The Quantum Prophecy, all these daydreams become a reality when Colin, Danny and their superhuman friends fight super villains and save the world from their evil plans. When the super humans disappeared ten years ago, everyone mourned their loss on Mystery Day, until now.

Since Colin and Danny’s thirteenth birthday, their powers have shown more and more powerful. Danny saved a girl from getting hit by a bus when he was on the other side of the street. Turns out he can run so fast that time actually slows down around him. When Colin first heard what the family several doors down from their house were having for dinner, he began to freak out a little.

Now with their joined power and with help from Diamond and Paragon, Colin and Danny fight the bad guys. When they find out that a man named Victor Cross is making a power damper, they try everything in their power to stop it. Danny losses his right arm in the process and kills his father, Quantum. Quantum had had a vision that his son, Danny, would lead an army that will destroy the world. Danny has that vision then loses his right arm. Colin and Danny go back home and agrees that it is over. But Danny has a secret, in the vision; he has a mechanical right arm.

There are three books in this series and I am on the second one so far. If you haven’t read these books, you should. Post a comment about these books if you have read them!

-Kyle H., 7th grade

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