Seriously. If you consider yourself a writer who has written a series of 16 books and more to come, there’s one thing you should have learned by the time you write your second book: Your readers will notice if you just copy/paste the description of a secondary character from one book into another.
You apparently fail at that. Gloriously.
What makes it even worse is that you also think readers won’t notice if you apply the same lazy technique to your main character, your antagonist and your entire setting. I’m sorry to say that you’re not a writer if you do that, but merely someone who has learned how to use a mouse to copy and paste in Word. Well, forget that, the only people I’m sorry for are those who pay money to read such books.
I need caffeine. Now.