3 out of 4 stars
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Firstly, I want to write my review in separate two parts. Well, first describing the language and storytelling:
The style of the storytelling is great and the style of the language differ from character to character. This makes the characters more natural and appealing. The storytelling style of the novel was narrative (exept the part of character "Davis" which makes the novel more interesting). Though, there are some adult words and for which I won't recommend it to the younger readers out there. Overall, the style of the storytelling is interesting and mostly satisfying.
The storyline: The concept is based on the complexity of a human life. The novel starts from the middle of the storyline with one the main characters named "Geena" which makes an early suspense. As the storyline goes forward, it adds up more and more character. The description of the characters are satisfying. The storyline ends the storyline with the death of the opening character "Geena". I think It satisfies me in a way though, I felt irritated in some parts of the novels where unexpected adult storytelling comes.
For the above circumstances, I will give a honest review of 3 out of 4. And I recommend it to them who wants to experience the complexity of life in a strange but satisfying vision.
Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise
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