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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The novel starts with a stunning Geena in her fifties receiving an unexpected letter from Joe in her office at the start of the afternoon. 'Don't open it until you get home!' it said. But why wouldn't she, given Joe's knowledge of her inquisitive nature? She tried to restrain herself from opening the letter right there in the office. She was able to do so and quickly left work for home. When she opened the letter, there was a large sentence that said, 'Your father is dead!' Her face was expressionless, and all she could think about was why Joe would send her the letter; after all, that was what she had been praying for, and they both knew! So many mysteries… Why does she despise her father? What are the many secrets hidden in the story?

Entanglement-Quantum and Otherwise by John K. Danenbarger begins with the story of Geena and then moves back in time to before Geena's birth. A generational story filled with suspense, mystery, true murder, and crimes. It centered on the stories of seven different people, only to reveal that they were all intertwined in one or more ways.

I was gobsmacked when I saw the novel's title at first. “Quantum?” I wondered. For real, I thought it was all about physics and chemistry, and it felt nice to read more about science, so I decided to check it out until I read the book's description, which attracted me even more. I liked how the story was told in the third person's perspective, and I liked how the author began the novel by drawing the reader into the mystery, which piqued my interest. I like how it begins in the future, then moves back in time, and finally arrives in the present. Furthermore, I like how the author gradually reveals the plot and characters; no characters felt unimportant, and they all played important roles.

I don't have anything negative to say about this book because I found it interesting and enjoyable. The proofreading was good, and I found no errors in it. I adored everything about the book and gave it 4 out of 4 stars.

The book is suitable for anyone with an interest in science, particularly quantum physics, even though scientific knowledge is not emphasized in the novel. And I'd love to recommend it to people who enjoy murder mysteries and crime fiction. It's also recommended for fans of the C/T/M/H genre

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Post by Oluwatosin Balogun »

This book is a lovely book and you did justice to it with your review. Just like you, I enjoyed reading the book and received a lot of surprises. Great work.
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I have had the pleasure of reading this book and I must say it was truly am entanglement. The way each character connected to the others was beautifully written. I glad you enjoyed reading the book as well.
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Post by Elijah0007 »

I loved your summary, and your review was compelling. I would be willing to check this book out. Nice job on the review.
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Post by Bunmi27 »

You did an amazing job with your review. I guess I might have to read this book. I need to know more about Geena and Joe.
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Post by Judy46 »

Receiving that kind of bad news must have been terrible, I hope she recovers. I enjoyed reading your review.
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Post by Phunmee_02 »

Her father was dead and she was unfeeling? This sentence actually caught my heart and i really want to to know what happened for her to turn unfeeling!
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An intelligent story and abstract contact this is a spectacular novel Goodreads
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