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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After Beth is rescued by a friendly man named Joe and sent off to live a better life in Bermuda, the paths of Beth and Joe cross again with those of many others. Murders, lies, and relationships intertwine their lives in more sinister ways than they can imagine in this aptly titled novel by John K Danenbarger.

To summarize this paragraph briefly, Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise is a fantastic thriller that has been written extremely well. Right off the bat, this book will have your mind scrambling to connect the dots as the story progresses. There are several characters, each very well-written and unique. Each chapter follows a different character which always keeps the pace of the book going. Kudos to the author for masterfully juggling every character's story and connecting all the subplots in an intriguing way. All scenes are described in rich detail that easily allows one to visualize what's happening and what the characters are going through. I got easily hooked on each individual character's story and on numerous occasions, I was impatiently waiting for the next chapter of a character to come up to find out what happened next. The plot twists make the tale more engrossing to read. The end of almost every chapter will leave you in anticipation and mystery. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story.

There's pretty much nothing I have to complain about in this book. Some may find it complex and hard to follow, but if you're looking for a novel that demands your attention, this book will suit you fine.

This book has been edited very well; I barely found any errors while reading it. It does contain quite a lot of profane language and adult themes, so it is not suitable for all audiences. Casual readers may want to steer clear of this book as well. You need to read carefully and thoroughly, otherwise, you're going to end up flipping back through the book at the start of each new chapter. If you're someone who's trying to write their own thriller, you can learn a lot from reading this book. It will give you an excellent idea of how to tell such a story. In general, if you're looking for an engaging novel, look no further.

I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. It's interesting to read, professionally edited, and leaves you questioning the morality of the human mind. I highly recommend giving this book a shot.

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