Matching Configurations is the second sequel to Quantum Roots, a light Sci-Fi adventure story that features everyday Olan Chapman as a hero vigilante who defends the weak and helpless victims of today’s society. Like the first two editions of Quantum Roots, Matching Configurations is based on a growing belief that creation forms from recycled energy and people evolve from recycled quarks. The book contains more humor than science, as Chapman returns to Earth as someone he once was and manages to elude Director of Paranormal Affairs, Lt General Alexis Grumman, who keeps both feet on the ground, while her young lover, Jeremy Wade goes cloud-bound in a supersonic motor scooter that flies. Book has some content not suitable for readers under 18.
“Creative, witty, and well-paced! by Rev. Stephen R. Wilson”
Some of the content in this book is not meant for under-18 readers. Despite being the second sequel to a series, the light science fiction adventure can still be enjoyed as an independent book and makes for an easy read. Keyes provides a good amount of humor to the science, which will make you enjoy the book tremendously. The story is creative and witty with a bit of sexist and stereotypical descriptions.
The character development is recommendable as Keyes develops some lovable characters who are easy to identify with. The book is quite a page-turner, considering the fast-paced nature of the narration and the well-developed story. After reading the book, you will want to read the previous two books as it piques your interest.