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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Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John K Danenbarger
Just like quantum particles, human life seem to be interconnected with each other irrespective of distance. Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John k Danenbarger is a fiction novel that involves crime, as the characters struggle through the dynamics of life. The novel is divided into five parts, each with a unique theme. On the prologue, while at her office, Beth received a parcel that forced her to leave and go home. Inside the parcel was a letter from Joe, informing her about her father's death. Although she was suspicious of his brother being a murderer, she decided to go to Norway, to see him. The story begins with Beth being saved by Joe, while she is unconscious. Joe made acquaintance with a couple, to take her onboard on their sail to Bermuda. On the other hand, Joe met a priest who later, they became great friends. After she was abandoned at Bermuda, she stayed with Jason Hutchin's family. Later, Florie revealed the true identity of people at Hutchin's family and helped her escape to her parent's home in Newburyport, Boston.

The entanglement began when Ellen had hired Professor Martin Case, to help her in writing doctorial thesis for cetaceans. Kevin, who now was a cop and married to Beth, was driving off the road when he heard an explosive crash from a road he had exited to take a nap. Coincidentally, the car crash involved Ellen, Martin, and Joe. Davis had managed to revenge for his mother by poisoning Mr Lodovico. After they saved Joe, Beth and Kevin offered to live with him. Later, Kevin heard news about a bank robbery in Switzerland, and decided to tell Beth. The news made Beth suspicious and she decided to visit Florie, with hopes of meeting Karl. Although Kevin knew his adopted son, Davis, had killed his real father, he chose to let him escape, Instead, he killed Gaines. After Beth died, Kevin was charged with murder, and Joe, who had mistakenly recorded the scene, was used to testify against him. After Kevin being released, he killed himself out of regrets. Joe, with the help of Geena, he assisted in opening of a quantum mystery file created by martin at MIT labs. Although Davis had always been writing to Geena about his life, and things happening around him, Geena planned to visit him, to tell him about their father's death. She received a cold welcome and Davis never seemed to care much about her. In the end ,Joe moved in with James, while Davis died on a car accident, returning from a visit to space center, to hand over his mother's micro recording chip to Dr, Ademir.

On a positive note, the story is quite interesting. The flow of events keeps the reader craving to know more. The character development and description is excellent. The author gives a vivid description of character's age, size, dressings and even the skin tone. This helps the reader to develop character's image, on his/her brain, and therefore can easily relate character's choices with day to day life. The sequence of events and description of the exact places makes the novel seem real. Although the book uses some complicated English words, it is full of vocabulary that is essential in improving the quality of english grammar. Looking closely on Beth's life, it is an inspiration for people in the same situations with hopes of a better future.

Although it is a fiction book, the character build up and use of real places in scenes make it real. It largely forcuses on day to day Human experience as they struggle to improve their lives. I found no typing or grammatic errors or anything negative about the book. Therefore, the book has been professionally edited. I would give Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John k Danenbarger a rating of four out of four. I like the way the author brings up character's thoughts and unspoken words without boring the audience. The book has minimum religious and sexual content. Although it uses a priest as one of the characters, it doesn't side with any religious beliefs.

I highly recommend this book to both young and old adults. Due to Sexual content in the book. It is not suitable for anyone under 16 years of age. Reading the book has been very interesting and it requires the reader to be very keen and attentive so as not to miss some details, which may otherwise lead to confusion. It is not possible to predict the outcome of the story, therefore it demands full attention and carefully reading line by line.

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