No worries. I am not even listed yet and The Strange weighs in at around 40000 words so far.
And I'm wondering if you want a critique (deep dig into writing with an eye from one writer to another about technique) or a review (I'm a reader giving thoughts about what's presented).
As a review, I'd say it's pretty good but a little hard to get started. And it's a bit short at this point to know much about where we're going. Clearly I'd have more in a real review, but that's it in a nutshell. It reads very anime to me. Teen agers placed in the middle of a battle between foes who keep coming up with moves that trumped each other and an overlay of personal entanglements. This is not a bad thing, just the vibe I'm receiving.
As a critique, those prologues kill the story before it gets going. I'm not familiar with the shared universe you are working within, but just reading from prologue 1 through, the reader is drinking from a firehose with very little context before we even get going. It's hard to keep knowledge so presented. If it was critically important to the story, you will have to repeat it in story or else whatever links to it will look arbitrary. I am NOT a fan of prologues as ... well, they do this to me. They either are irrelevant or an infodump in story form. From my perspective, the information or even the entire scene of a prologue should be inside of the story. Tricks for this is the old reliable flashback which could be a bit of a trope, an in story story from another person, etc. Avoiding "As you know, Bob..." is pretty important as well.
The overriding thing as a critique is that with each prologue you are giving the reader an excuse to put your book down. Following the adventures of the characters gives the reader an excuse to turn the page. And yeah, I know that's all dead tree speak, but I'm old so get off my lawn! Once you get to chapter 1, things pull along fine.
Once I figure out how to post a proper review, I'll do that as well. I'm a little backed up as well and my wife is on the mend from some pretty bad hospital level stuff, making me Dad-in-chief.