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Order of the Dimensions

3.24  ·  Rating details ·  74 ratings  ·  62 reviews
When Jane Kremowski first began her graduate studies in physics at Madison State University in Wisconsin, little did she know where her work would take her. Now, she is embroiled in a multitude of dimensions all leading to different outcomes. She and her colleagues therefore must act wisely in order to take and keep away the Order of Dimension from falling into the wrong h ...more
Paperback, 318 pages
Published September 14th 2012 by Irene Helenowski
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Nov 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
Jane Kremowski is a prize physics student working with a device called Multiverser, enabling inter-dimensional travel. Jane had a pretty happy life and a great boyfriend. But that all changes rather quickly when Dr. Anton Zelov come into the picture. He has deviant plans for the Multiverser and Jane.

Dr. Anton Zelov is quite obsessed with Jane. His goal is to design the perfect dimension for his control and have Jane his wife. Fighting to stop Anton, Jane’s life is turned upside down and if she k
Aug 03, 2013 rated it did not like it
{my thoughts} - This book is not what I was expecting. Do you know when you read a title you kind of have an idea about what the book might possibly be about. I was thinking that it would be something like Narnia – the characters would just travel to another hidden world. Well I was wrong, very wrong and really disappointed. It took me a long time to finish this book because I was having a hard to keeping my attention on it. Instead of traveling to one dimension the characters went to numerous o ...more
( I received this book free from the Author in exchange for my honest review )

I'm not fully sure if I like or dislike this book. The premises and plot is interesting, and had much potential, but as the story moved forward it got lost somewhere along the way.

I found the writing flat and dull at times. There also a repeat factor happening. It was like I was reading the same scenario over and over again, until the book ended. I was fed up after the first time.

There was a lot of jumping around, an
Chloe (Girl In The Woods Reviews)
Detailed Review: Order of The Dimensions is a story about a girl called Jane Kremowski (can you see the similarities between the author's surname?) - she's a graduate for physics as well as an fly-by girl which connects the feelings of others to her.

Apparently Jane is working on a project and a device called 'Multiverser'. It's a device that allows another person or 'being' to enter/visit other alternate universes/dimensions. Impossible right? Well, Jane is working on that is similar like telep
Jan 13, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: action-intrigue
Let me get this out of the way immediately. I am not a science fiction fan. I have never read Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke or Isaac Asimov. The genre has simply never appealed to me . . . with the exception of time travel. I love stories involving time travel; the topic completely fascinates me and I never get tired of it. So when I was approached by author Irene Helenowski to read and review her debut work, Order of the Dimensions, I was in as soon as I heard it involved trave ...more
Danielle Villano
Oct 30, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2012
Portion of this review taken from my blog, The Reader's Commute. Check out the whole thing here:

I wanted to get this out of the way first: Initially, I was a little taken aback by some issues with the writing. As a creative writing major, I've learned that it's important to not always "show," but "tell." Showing the reader the characters' every thought and action leaves little to be desired. The use of adverbs did not allow me the freedom to interpret the
Sienna Logan (Lost to Books)
Oct 16, 2012 rated it did not like it
The idea of travelling around dimensions caught my attention with this book and I thought it could be a really interesting concept that could explore many possibilities and events. The idea that people live different lives in alternative dimensions with varying degrees of happiness and problems is not a new concept to me, however I have never read a book that involved this so I was keen to see how Helenowski developed the story.

However I must admit that this book was pretty disappointing and not
Charlie Bray
Oct 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
This book starts innocuously enough with the fairly humdrum but happy life of Jane Kremowski. The introduction of a Dr Zelov, a work associate early on in the story heralds storms on the horizon and the author cleverly leads the reader into watching him suspiciously.

The work Jane is involved in is serious stuff and the damage that Dr Z. could do is pretty breath-taking, but the story is so layered that the reader does not panic too soon. He is led into mistrusting Dr Z by simple clues.

We are not
Amy H
Aug 20, 2013 rated it liked it
I got this book from the author in a part of my book blog tour.

this was a good book, but I am not really into the whole time traveler book, but i know someone who is into this kind of book would like it a lot

Jane Kremowski, a physics graduate student with a secret. her other half Randy and Anton Zelov, a former soviet spy. Imagine one day being married to the love of your life then in a split second being sent to another dimension where all is lost and you are married to your enemy.She has been
Jan 27, 2013 rated it liked it
First, I want to say that I am not a super, huge sci-fi fan. I love watching sci-fi movies, but it's harder for me to get into books of the genre. However, for the most part, I did enjoy this book. It was a quick read and easier to understand than I initially thought it would be.

There are quite a few physics terms (at least I'm hoping it's physics - I'm not a science person lol) that we're supposed to understand without an explanation, which at first irritated me a bit. But, after a few of them
Jan 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I tell you I adored the book! I was like omg what dimension are we in now, did she switch again, oh oh the flash of light wonder where we are going to end up again! I was ALL over this book. I have always wondered if I had another me somewhere else in the world or outer world and This just makes me wonder even more if something like this could be true and how cool would that be! Are you living a better life in a different dimension, what about your friends and family, do you still have the same ...more
Joe Pranaitis
Jan 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
As an author of universe hopping stories I really enjoyed this opening act to this trilogy. As I was finishing reading this book one line came to mind Jane the universe hopper which is accurate. Jane starts off as a physics student before being pulled into another universe by her nemesis. Through out the book Jane jumps from one universe to another with the use of a multiverser which she was working on at the beginning of the book and soon she becomes a member of an underground Federation that h ...more
Jan 17, 2013 rated it liked it
Okay, I like anything pertaining to either time travel or other dimensions-even though reading or watching anything about it usually cause a glitch in my brain. But I still enjoy the subject. So after starting the book and having my brain glitch up and then re-booted I found myself enjoying the story. I got engaged with Jane and her friends trying to stop Zelov and his henchmen from controlling all the dimensions. I also found myself hoping that she would prevail and lead the life that SHE wante ...more
Nicole Mcbride
Jun 07, 2013 rated it did not like it
Review: The author of this book, Irene Helenowski, contacted me through Book Blogs and asked me if I would be interested in doing a review of this book. Young Adult Science Fiction/Fantasy is not normally what I read, but I was intrigued by the subject matter of her book and agreed to read/review it.

Overall, I thought that the book was very interesting with the fact that you would be able to jump into different dimensions of time. However, the book moved very quickly and these "jumps" were not
Lena Cox
Aug 30, 2013 rated it it was ok
The author of this book, Irene Helenowski, contacted me through Book Blogs and asked me if I would be interested in doing a review of this book in exchange for a free copy.

When I was 8, I daydreamed often that I had a twin somewhere in the world. I’d imagine that when I brushed my teeth, she was brushing hers too. It was an 8-year old’s take on parallel universes. Theories about parallel universes and multiverses assume that that each choice a person makes splits her world in two or more worlds
Cassandra Webb
Sep 17, 2013 rated it really liked it
The story begins with Jane Kremowski, and a machine called a Multiverser or Multiverse Transport System. I really enjoyed discovering Jane’s character and her motivations. Late at night Jane powers the machine up and the next bit of info the reader gets is Jane leaving the machine at 3.30pm. Instantly I want to know more! What happened? What trouble is Jane getting herself into? I need to keep reading!
Instantly I loved the descriptions about the locations. I wasn’t bombarded with descriptions, b
Dec 05, 2012 rated it liked it
Initial Impressions

Time traveling and multiple dimensions seems like a pretty interesting plot line so I was up for the journey.
The Summary

Jane Kremoski is a star physics student who lives a pretty ordinary and happy life. The black spot marring her past is her parents were in a tragic car accident in which her cousin Tina became mentally-impaired. Jane is working with colleagues on a black box called the Multiverser that allows travel between dimensions. She is traveling without anyone's knowle
Dec 29, 2012 rated it really liked it
When I got the book, I first leafed through the book and my first impression was 'this is a book for people who have a bad vision', because the letters of the book are really big. But don't judge a book by his appearances! First I was planning to finish an other book I already started, an e-book, but I couldn't wait to start this book. So even though I was reading something else, I first read this book.

I must say, I'm impressed. I had little expectations, because I just didn't know what to expe
The Book Worm
Feb 05, 2016 rated it liked it
I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This is a different book, to say the least. And "different" is not necessarily bad. It's just not a book for everyone. The idea, and the scientific theories behind it, fascinate me, and that's why I agreed to read and review it in the first place.

Even without a strong scientific background, Einstein's theories on time travel always intrigued me. In layman's terms (which are the only ones I can use), Einstein said that t
Jenn Andrew
Feb 06, 2013 rated it liked it
Order of the Dimensions is a sci-fi novel set in contemporary times. The main character, Jane Kremowski, discovers how to travel through dimensions and must now keep the Order from getting their hands on the device.

The conflict is strong between Jane and Dr. Z. He comes across as a friend but acts like he has ulterior motives. Jane tries to do her best to keep the secret of the machine from falling into the wrong hands but some of the events are out of her control. It takes Jane down an adventur
Krystal Willingham
Nov 06, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Talk about an original book! This book took me completely by surprise. When I first read the synopsis, I was intrigued and thought it sounded pretty good but honestly pretty good doesn't begin to describe this book. It is original, witty, full of surprised, and fast paced. I simply loved it! As soon as you pick up the book things start happening all at once and there for a moment you are wondering what is going on but you soon realize that Jane is jumping from one dimension to another. Then you ...more
Feb 08, 2013 rated it really liked it
I'm usually pretty picky about what I read. I have a hard time straying from my usual genres and authors. But (usually) when I do, I end up finding something pretty spectacular. That's what happened with Order of the Dimensions.

I'm a bit of a nerd, so I tend to watch the history channel a lot. I watched this show where they talked about the possibility of there being multiple universes out there, and in each one you were fulfilling all the possibilities and going down all the different paths in
Heather B (Owlnestly Reviews)
Nov 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
Owlnestly Book Reviews

Order of the Dimensions was my first science fiction book that I have read in a very long time. I normally steer away from them, but the summary of this book intrigued me so I gave it a shot. I am very glad that I did! It starts off with Jane Kremowski, a physics graduate student with a secret. She has been secretly traveling the dimensions with her black box invention. Jane lost her parents a few years back in a car accident and with them her cousin was also affected menta
First and foremost, I received a copy of this book in return for my honest opinion and review.

"Order of the Dimensions" is about a physics grad named Jane Kremowski and she's been working on a groundbreaking project dubbed "The Multiverser". It's purpose is to allow people to travel into other dimensions; essentially other worlds where different versions of themselves may exist leading completely different lives.

We learn that Jane's Multiverser works and she's the first to use it, but two weeks
Oct 25, 2012 rated it liked it
First of all, I want to thank the author for giving me this book in exchange for an honest review.

3.5 stars!

I have to say that I was thrilled when I read the blurb. Because I love time travelling stories but this one has an extra, it's not time travel but inter-dimension travel.

The idea is amazing, there is a lot of potential in this book. It's easy to notice Irene's imagination! I loved how many many worlds collided!

At first, I was a little lost, like: wait! where am I? Why are they there? lol
Nov 03, 2012 rated it it was ok
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Received a copy for an honest review.

Jane Kremowski is one of the smartest physicists at Madison State University. Having created a device with her partner Mike they've made it possible to travel to different dimensions. While the device seems to be a great tool for human advancement in the future, a lot of people are looking to use the tool for their own personal gain.

When Jane's conference goes all wrong, she's taken to a different dimension, one where she's married to t
Oct 29, 2012 rated it liked it
For me, while I found the story interesting, it was a slow read for me. The idea of traveling though different dimensions and with the right calculations you can either remember what happened before or you could be completely oblivious. Although, I liked the plot of the book, I felt that the characters were not developed enough and kept you wanting more from them, it was hard to make any connection.There were some grammatical errors but nothing that can’t be fixed. I also had a hard time keeping ...more
Sharon Martin
Oct 29, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I was really intrigued when I read the book description about being able to travel to different dimensions of live and I was certainly not disappointed. In fact, after reading the first couple of chapters I was hooked. The chapters are nice and short, which makes it so easy to read 'just one more' then another and another. I didn't want to put the book down and looked forward to picking it back up to read more. A very quick read for a slow reader like myself.

Without giving too much away, the sto
Jan 03, 2016 added it
I was given Order of the Dimensions for and honest review by Irene Helenowski

Jane is a graduate student working on a dimensional gateway at Madison State University and has made herself a dimensional leap frog. As she leaps from dimension to dimension she discovers a conspiracy ran by Dr. Anton Zelov who is apparently her husband in a few of those dimensions. Now she and some of her colleagues are apparently in a race to retrieve the Order of Dimensions and prevent it from landing in the bad guy
Apr 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
cience fiction can be a very tricky thing to write. I know that might sound a little crazy but it is true. You have to take something that may have theories in the real world and apply them to a fiction story and make it believable. Believability in any fiction story, regardless of genre, has to have it. Helenowski is a new sci-fi writer for me and at first I was a little unsure. I like to stick with what I know, so to speak but I wanted to give this book a chance. I had no previous knowledge of ...more
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Irene Helenowski, the author of “Order of the Dimensions”, is a biostatistician an academic medical center in Chicago and recently received her doctorate in biostatistics. She also enjoys going to movies and concerts with family and friends in her spare time.