3 out of 4 stars
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Entanglement: Quantum Physics and Otherwise by John K Danenbarger is a very dramatic story with entangled characters and the author used a reverse method of writing where he started with the ending of the book, that's when Geena Nuss received a letter from an old family friend Joe Tink who wasn't seen for a while because he had to relocate to his Priest friend James, he wrote about the death of Kevin. It began with Beth Sturgess being saved by Joe Tink from her prostitution life where Joe sent her aboard a boat to look for a better life, Beth had an adventurous journey before meeting with Kevin Nuss who was a detective, and Beth a paramedic. They got married and had two kids Geena and the adopted Davis Mckinnon whose life was a mess, he reconciled with his mother Ellen McKinnon who worked at a hotel bar, and at the MIT with Martin Case who was the partner of Joe before dying in an accident with important information about Quantum Physics.
Kevin became a serial killer character as he murdered for no specific reason and ended up losing Beth while on it, Geena grew closer to Joe since her mother died and they both tried to solve a mystery from the MIT but ended up with Davis giving the memory stick to a former co-worker with her mother to solve it.
John K... 's book gets more interesting towards the end where you connect the dots and understand the contents from the beginning, that's what I liked about this book it gets easier to understand when you get to the ending that's when you will rewind a bit from what occurred at the very start and smile because now you get it.
You can get a bit lost while reading this book since the author jumps in and out of time, it is a very long book with a lot of characters it gets difficult to finish and understand a chapter at once. I also don't like how the characters keep on dying before their real purpose or the end of their storyline.
The author took a lot of time writing this book even the editors put a lot of effort into making sure there were fewer errors found in the book. I rate this book 3 out of 4 not because I don't like it but because I took a lot of time reading this book it drained my brain where I did not understand the contents and I even took longer to finish I had to keep re-reading a chapter here and there.
I would recommend mature 16 and over years readers and readers who are into mystery and dramatic stories. There was a lot of sexual content and profanity in most of the chapters.
Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise
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