4 out of 4 stars
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Entanglement: Quantum and Otherwise by John K. Danenbarger is a quite intense crime drama novel. This book weaves together a number of characters whose lives keep intersecting. It all begins with Geena Nuss who receives a letter informing her that her father has died. The letter was sent by a person named Joe tink. Joe tink was an old family friend. She was shocked to learn about her father's death but what was even more for her was the language in Joe’s letter that says he will be going away. She doesn’t want Joe to go away. Then the author takes the story back in time when Geena’s mother, Beth was young. Beth used to work as a prostitute. That's when Joe and Beth became friends. Joe and Beth's lives continued and kept intersecting each other in many different ways.
After that, Joe got involved in a car accident. Afterwards, Joe moves in with Beth and Kevin. Kevin is Beth's husband. Besides Geena, Beth and Kevin have an adopted son. His name is Davis. Davis has anger issues. Because of that he was institutionalized from a young age. After being released he searched for his birth parents. He found his birth mother, but he didn't heard anything good about him except negative things. Over the course of time their lives continue to intersect. These guys have dark back stories.
What I enjoyed about this book is it's story. This book takes a lot of time to read but it's worth it. The story is very interesting and as you read forward you might get confused in it but in the end everything starts to make sense. It has a great diversity of characters. The writer used multiple generations, time periods, year's sometimes in the future and sometimes in the past but this is to show how things change over the course of time.
What I didn't like about this book was the story is confusing in the middle part. It takes a bit of attention and focus to read this story. I had to read a few times again of course not the entire book, only a few parts. But I like the story and especially its characters and the way the author wrote it. But the intriguing climax and ending I liked that part the most.
I didn’t see any errors in the book. I can say the book was exceptionally edited. I recommend this book to readers who like intense crime and mystery novels. I would say it's should be for adult readers, since there were lots of descriptions of sexual situations. I give this book a rating of 4 out of 4 stars because of the intriguing climax and giving mysterious vibes.
I love crime thrillers. That's why I am giving it 4 stars.
Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise
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