4 out of 4 stars
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The Entanglement- Quantum and Otherwise is written by John. K. Danenbarger has been a fascinating book for me to read. While reading the first chapter, I got a bit confused because just after reading a few lines, I reached some line, and it is saying your Father is dead. So, I started asking myself who the father was and what was wrong with him.
Then the author did well to take us back and unravels the past mysteries of Geena, who is in her fifties. We learn about the troubled past of the parents of Geena and Davis. Kevin, Geena’s father, had an alcoholic father, while Beth, the mother of Geena, was a prostitute and a drug addict. So as we read in the beginning, Geena was alone at some place in Bermuda.
It was when Geena befriended Joe, who was her mother’s best friend, that Joe, who is a stripper, helped Beth to escape her life. Joe got Geena a job, and it was through this job that she was able to get to Bermuda, where she is staying. Even the person that Geena lives with is known as a rapist by the locals. The author introduces us to different characters in the book, and as a reader, you will realize that most of them have dark pasts. Do their dark pasts keep haunting them, or can they find a way to escape their past? This book was written in both the first and third person, making it fascinating. It would be best if you all read about the character of James, the priest, his a whole mood.
One thing that I loved about this book is that the author uses an excellent descriptive style of writing, and this was enough to keep me so glued to the novel, and at some point, I wanted to avoid blinking. The other thing I loved about this book is that the characters were all well-developed, making the book come alive even more.
After reading this book a hundred times, I still haven’t gotten anything to dislike about it.
This book has been professionally edited. I didn't find any grammatical errors or typos. That is why I would like to award this book a total of 4 out of 4 stars
I recommend this book to those who love mystery, adventure, and crime, and most preferably, to a mature audience due to the presence of violence and sexual content.
Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise
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