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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Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John. K. Danenbarger is a fast-paced book. Genre, Other Fiction, Page count, 302 standard pages (250 words per page) with five parts that have 40 chapters with titles so it wasn't easy for me to get lost. The novel takes you through the family past of Geena Nuss and involves murder, mysteries, and much dark stuff. Joe Tink is a close family friend he writes to Geena Nuss letting her know that her father is dead. If you want to know about Geena Nuss's family mysteries get yourself the novel.

I loved reading the novel I wasn't sure about the first page after that I couldn't stop myself from reading to the end. The writing style of the author is amazing creative structure, he caught my attention like I wanted to know what happens after every story and made me laugh all the way. Geena Nuss is my favorite character because she didn't allow her family's past to affect her life negatively, in fact, she chose to be happy and live a better life. Kevin Nuss is my second favorite character Geena's father is the one you can not like or dislike because he had loved and protected his loved ones and would even kill and he did kill starting with his abusive alcoholic father as a younger boy when he grew up the number kept growing up. Geena's mother Beth Nuss was my third favorite character even being abused at a young age she didn't let that stop her from helping our people.

What I disliked about the novel is the character Davis, the younger brother of Geena who is adopted by Kevin and Beth Nuss Geena's parents, I can say he is the opposite of Geena's letting
his past affects him. Davis was institutionalized at a younger age for anger and aggressiveness when he was released he looked for his birth parents and killed the wrong person Mr. Dan Ludovico thinking is his father. The novel had too many characters to remember, it was quite challenging.

The novel is very creative thanks to the author never thought I would read such a creative novel thanks and an exceedingly-edited so I will rate it four out of four stars.

I will recommend the book to fiction lovers who love crime and to young adults and older age, but not recommend it to sensitive readers because of the violence and profanity.

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Post by Zwelihle_Myeni »

Geena sounds like a well-developed character. However, I'm a fan of novels that contains a few number of characters, so I'll pass on this one. Thanks for your review.
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Post by Oyedeji Funmilayo »

I enjoyed your review and the writing style of the author. Although I am not a fan of fictional books, but your review captivated me and I look forward to reading the book. Welldone!!!
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Post by Amy Luman »

I find it difficult to become involved in a story that contains too many characters. I spend my time trying to remember who did what and not enough in the action.
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