Quanta was taken from her home when she was eight years old by Dr. Tenma Nagi who has kept her prisoner running test after test on her DNA and her ability to see the past and the future. Quanta is a Red Helix who was supposed to have died at birth. Dr. Nagi wants to use Quanta to help him find all the other Red Helix girls who have special abilities as well.
Quanta only gives the good Dr. as little information as she possibly can to stay alive and not give up her friends on the outside. She knows if she tells him too much and he finds them it could cost them their lives and Quanta will protect her fiends if it means giving up her own life.
Quanta has been a prisoner of Dr. Nagi’s for ten long years and has no hope of ever getting out alive. But when a new scientist comes on board things start to look up for Quanta. Quanta gets to spend a lot of time with the new scientist, Altair while he is studying her trying to find out how strong she may be and what exactly she is capable of doing.
After spending time with Quanta Altair becomes to care for Quanta very much and wants to help her escape but after the first attempt he finds himself a prisoner as well. Now Quanta and Altair must work together to hopefully find a possible escape route using her ability to see the future.
I really liked following along with Quanta and Altair on their journey of trying to find the best possible escape route by using her ability to see the future. There were a few times I was like no, no, no that can’t be true or no, that did not just happen but in the end everything did turn out alright. Quanta is filled with so much edge of your seat action, gripping, face slamming that keeps you hanging on for more and more and more. I can’t wait to start the next book Quanta Reset.
If you like a good story filled with action, twist and turns that will take you on the ride of your life and keep coming back for more kind of book then Quanta is the book for you.