The Paramount Dimension

The Paramount Dimension by [Joseph Calev]

The Paramount Dimension, by Joseph Calev, follows Jason Bezna as he discovers an alternate dimension and finds out who he really is. This novel is a quirky science fiction story that takes the reader on an interesting journey. The book begins with a “turnip”, the name for humans, Jason Bezna dreaming about an alternate universe and the destruction of its people. He meets Raynee who is the girl of his dreams and from a different dimension, the dimension that he thought was only a dream. Jason is unlike any turnip she has encountered, and they soon find out he was not meant to be in the human world. Jason is placed in the Paramount Dimension and must adapt to his surroundings, figure out who he is, find his real parents, and try not to kill anyone in the meantime. Throughout this fantastic adventure Jason discovers the power he holds and what it may cost him.

Author Joseph Calev has a very informative and engaging writing style. The novel is based on real scientific principles with a mix of fantasy that makes the novel feel grounded even when it’s outlandish. The characters created in this novel were delightfully fun to follow. Raynee is a well-developed character and her background made her my favorite to read. Jason, although the main character, can be a bit aloof, making him a peculiar but unforgettable character.

I felt like this novel is a slow burn that takes its time to setup the plot and characters. If you are a reader interested in mathematics and physics then you’ll have plenty to enjoy in this book. The imaginative plot redeemed this book as it was a unique twist that I did not see coming. The last third of the book is where things really take off as it had so much depth and entertainment value that, by the end of the book, I was completely engrossed in the story.

The Paramount Dimension is an offbeat science fiction adventure story that takes readers in creative and unexpected directions with a payoff at the end that is well worth the buildup. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys an imaginative use of science, a story with multiple dimensions, and a bit of action to tie it all together.

Pages: 241 | ASIN: B08W2C9175

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