Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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The cover page of this book caught my attention first. We are not defined by our past, it seems like an interesting book.
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The review is well detailed,it is a book that mirrors family relationship.
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Post by Raphael Jude »

Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John K Danenbarger is an intriguing book. I'll love to add this book to my bookshelves. Great review.
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This sounds like a captivating story. Great review. You convinced me to get it.
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Post by Mr Excellence »

From your review, Entanglement is a book I'll love to check out for.
Wonderful review.
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Post by Ozioma Miriam »

Entanglement sounds like a book of many stories. From the title and the review, I would like to see how these different stories are entangled. Nice review
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Post by Geofrey Masiga »

The book is enjoyable although I came across some new words like, nuanced, swayed, cognac, narcotic smog and susurrus. I rate 3 out of 4. I enjoyed one saying God killed his dog, very interesting thank you.
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Stories involving murder intrigue me. What motivates people to kill, whether or not they feel guilty about it, and why, is something I enjoy reading about. Congratulations on BOTD.
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Post by Kajori Sheryl Paul »

A story about a family with secrets seems intriguing.

Thank you for the great review.
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Post by Mozi Ken »

This book is intriguing. I especially like that the characters are relatable and each has their story. However, I hope the things you disliked in the book don't affect me too while I read. Good review.
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Post by Famzi Ken »

My interest is piqued by the title of the book. I would like to read more of it. I like that it's an engaging story, and the characters seem to be developed well. Great review.
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This character driven novel follows the lives of several people and how they interact with each other. The dark pasts of each character seem to be central to the plot. I enjoy character driven novels and therefore I will read this book.
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I love mysterious stories and this seems to be one of them. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Patty Allread »

I enjoyed your review, Theresa! "Gritty" sounds like just the right adjective to describe this novel. The storyline sounds like it has many directions involving these characters and how they interact.
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Sounds like there is a lot of depth within the characters which is something I really enjoy when reading a book.
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