Quanta has spent her life imprisoned due to her future-seeing abilities, she has been kept alive purely for the intel she can offer her captors. When Altair Orpheus gets a job looking after Quanta, his heart begins to melt. But not is all as it seems, Altair is part of the Shadow Ravens, a rebel group created to overthrow the very people who gave him the job. Altair is to work undercover to save Quanta, stop the government and get a chance at happiness.
Quanta is the second book in the Shadow Ravens series, however I didn't know this upon starting this book and dove into it without having read the first. Although the series may intertwine, i think Quanta can be read as a standalone novel and you don't have to have read the first to understand the second. I just about made it through Quanta, but it wasn't the greatest book I've read. I was vaguely interested in what would happen, but wasn't overly intrigued. Whist it may have kept my attention more if I had read the series in the correct order, I just wasn't that impressed with this book.