Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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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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The world is full of people and touching lives through books is so amazing! A single sentence is enough to change an entire lifetime!

Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John K Danenbarger is a somewhat gritty and sophisticated novel that shows different expressions of different people towards one another. It demonstrates how an action of kindness could entirely turn around the course of an entire person's life and how an offensive one could lead to horrific consequences. The book commences with a thorough view of a woman named Geena. Astonishingly, after receiving a sad letter from an old friend named Joe acquainting her of her father's death, she was almost joyful. Did she hate her father so much to the point of death? The letter also continued to say that Joe, the sender of the letter, will be leaving for some time, and upon hearing that, she becomes sorrowful over his leaving. The sory then goes on by researching the past then continuing from the perspective of her mother. It then changes its perspectives as the story goes on and as each person meets other people and having an impact on their lives in different ways.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Firstly, at the starting of the book, I would say the book had an intriguing start. This paved a way for the nice setting of the stage for the rest of the book. Secondly, I also liked the exceptional beautiful writing of this book's characters and this makes it undeniably the best part of the book. Thirdly, the dramatic and poetic writing style that the author used perfectly matched the story of the book. Fourthly, the smooth and even connection of a great number of perspectives included in the book made me to like it even more. Each perspective had its own ideas and shaded more light to the story. Fifthly, I also liked the grammatical expressions that the author used.

Despite enjoying reading this book, there were also few things I necessarily did not like about it. One of those things is that the book did not shade much light on some characters such as Martin. Another is the casual appearance of murder in the book. The book was also unnecessarily centered on the past. Personally, I would have also liked to hear more about Joe's work and his whereabouts.

I am rating this book 4 out of 4 stars for the nice setting of the stage good character writing. I personally feel this rating fits the book as it was moderately realistic. It was perfectly edited and I noticed no errors.

This book has few mature themes such as murder, sex etc. This makes me to recommend it to people over the age of 18.

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