Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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Post by Kelsey Roy »

I agree with the reviewer that character-driven novels are enjoyable to read when done well. This authors seems to have character development on lock! This is a very intriguing plot and I love the murder and crime element. Congrats on BOTD!
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The book seems to be engaging, thank you for a well written review❤️
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Post by Kaitlyn Canedy »

I like how the author tied each character with the other and ensured there were no missing links. Because there is so much murder involved, I will be skipping this book. Thanks for the review though! :)
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This book sounds like a horror book marked with so much killings. I like books with a developed character and book fit in my specification. Congrats to the author on being the #BOTD!
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Post by rusyalana »

THe book sounds interesting and its description "The family story is a legacy of addiction, kidnapping, crime, and murders unresolved and unforgiven" is very intriguing. Besides I think there is a lot of psychology woven between the lines of the book which will make you think much and that is really good. Congratulations on becoming BOTD!
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Post by Surabhi Rani »

'Official Review: Entanglement: Quantum and Otherwise' by John K. Danenbarger well describes the complex and engaging plot of the crime story for readers. All the significant details of the story have been brought to the knowledge of readers. The point that the book tells a story about several people with dark pasts whose lives intersect in different ways is worth mentioning in the review. Also, the point that each character in the story has a unique history and secrets, as mentioned in the review, is remarkable for readers. It was great to learn that the book is suitable for people who enjoy reading about complex family relationships!
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Post by Chrystal Oaks »

This character-driven novel sounds like it has an intricate, complex plot. I have added it to my reading list. Great review!
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Post by Afoaayoe »

Truly death is a character in everyone's life. It a must read book!
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Post by Babalola Oluseyi »

I would love to find out how the author portrays people's motivation to commit murder. The book's confusing time jumps seem like a major downside to me.
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Post by Sibongile Sifuya »

From the review, I noticed that the author did an exceptional job in developing the characters, and the plot was well executed. it is an interesting read.
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Post by Seamstress »

Dark pasts, dark secrets, dark persons - the book really doesn't sound like something able to entertain and amuse after hard working day. Way too close to reality and problems, but also complicated with character-driven stories forcing to uncover motives and deep wounds. Sorry, but I will have to shelve it for some other time.
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It seems like a complex story that explores the connections and interrelatedness among individuals. Congratulations on Book of the Day!
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I admire Danenbarger's exceptional character development and the day to day life experiences captured in this book. I would like to read more about Joe and Beth; and hopefully discover the background factors behind their dark lifestyles.
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Post by Mstrtim »

Nothing like a gripping crime novel to get the juices flowing on a cool, late summer's eve. Congrats to the author on BOTD.
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Post by tarafarah7 »

Today's BOTD is a novel that follows several individuals whose lives are connected in one way or another and continue to intertwine with each other in the years ahead. Readers who enjoy crime thrillers, complex storylines, and well-developed characters are going to love this one! Thank you so much for the awesome review!! :-)
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