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Major Chenesai Okonkwo is an auditor for the Sub-Saharan Union. Her mission: to find out if the Sixth Expeditionary Force's newly discovered time gate has been compromised. Is the union's revolutionary discovery already doomed, 11 years in the future?

But there is another, more personal mission. The possible murder of her husband remains unsolved. But are the two things connected? Can she navigate the world of aliens, spies, politics and time paradoxes to find the truth, and save her people's future?

©2021 Derek Kunsken and Gareth L Powell (P)2021 Penguin Audio and Rebellion Publishing

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interesting but not super compelling back-story

Fills in some information about the Sixth Expeditionary Force. Maybe this will become important if somebody makes the Quantum books into a television series. I'm up for it.

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disconnected short story

I love the quantum series so far. I am not sure how much of the reason for my non-engagement with this narrator vs. the reaction story, but I never got even close to swept away. Hopefully I'm the one off reader here and others appreciate it more but when the book ended I realized I'd never been a part of the story.