Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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Kira Bonita Reece
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[Following is a volunteer review of "Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise" by John K Danenbarger.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John K Danenbarger is a story of intrigue and mystery. The story begins when Geena received news that her father, Kevin, had died. The book then goes on to look into the life of each parent along with other characters with whom they come in contact. Kevin did not grow up in a stable household. His father was an alcoholic, and this had a negative impact on Kevin's life. Beth, Geena's mother, ran away from home when she was a teenager. This has caused her to be exposed to adult things at a young age. How are all the characters in this book connected? How did Geena's dad die? You'll have to read this intriguing story to find out.

Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise was intricately designed and requires keen attention to be fully understood. Each chapter is dedicated to the thoughts and actions of different characters. After reading the experiences of each individual, it is up to the reader to piece the story together and see how each character's story is connected to the others. I like how this book is structured. It is quite an intriguing read. The conversations in the book were believable and easy to follow and understand. I like how mysterious the book was and how it caused its readers to think deeply.

There were no negative aspects to this book. The vocabulary was on the expert side, and I had to search for the meanings of a few new words I encountered throughout the story. My favourite character was Beth. Her life was filled with a lot of struggles, having ran away from home. She started doing drugs and was rescued one night by a man named Joe. He helped her get on a cruise to Bermuda to lead a better life. Without giving away too much spoilers, this trip was the start of Beth's problems.

The themes of love, hatred, revenge and forgiveness were evident in this story. Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise was exceptionally well-edited with no grammatical errors. I take great pleasure in awarding this book with 4 out of 4 stars. I did not give it a lower rating because the concept of this book was unique and filled with awe-inducing moments.

For readers who like solving mysteries and figuring things out, I would recommend you read this book. Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise is not a book for people who easily get confused.

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Post by Ellylion »

As a rule I avoid drug themed books but this one seems to be really intriguing! :) Thank you for a great review!
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