Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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By the title, I assumed that it would be an educational book instead it seems to be fiction. I think that the title is clever given the story's contents. I look forward to reading this book.
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Today's book of the day is a character-driven novel that features a lot of killings, kidnappings and other crimes. I enjoy reading the review and anticipate an enjoyable experience when I finally pick the book. Congrats on being the #BOTD!
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Post by Avidreader888 »

This was an engaging review. I loved reading this sample. This is a book about imperfections and flaws and darkness. I love that the characters are all tainted, because, it makes the novel relatable. Of course, I'd love to read on to see how the different stories play out, but I am most interested in Beth's story, especially after she was left stranded in the Bahamas. I love the versatility of the novel and kudos to the author for today's pick.
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Post by Chimereucheya Okoroafo »

Seems quite intriguing. The relationships between the character might feel so weird but are interesting. I'd like to know the purpose of their lives entangling. Thanks for the very descriptive review.
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Post by Chelsy Scherba »

Interesting cover! I like that it as won awards. I’m looking forward to seeing what this book is all about!
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Post by Lindiwe Chakhala »

From the review, I would have to pass on the book. Time jumps would be difficult and confusing to follow especially for a character-driven novel filled with complex connections. Congrats on BOTD!
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This book seems to be filled with intrigue and mystery. The characters also seem well rounded and intertwined. I’m going to enjoy getting to know Beth and other characters and their roles in complex, plot twisted novel.
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Post by Oyedeji Funmilayo »

The plot of this book is appealing but I don't enjoy reading genre like this so I will pass this one.. Congratulations on being the BOTD.
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John Danenbarger has successfully captured the working of the human nature: full of dark and humane impulses and dispositions. I like that each character was uniquely developed, and the fact that this book was exceptionally well-edited is a plus.
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Post by siusantos »

Nice review! I got what I need to know about the book based on the review alone. I think I would read it.
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Post by Mmg8464 »

Sounds fascinating. Joe seems like a good friend to Geena. Thank you for your review!
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Post by 1femi1 »

This seems to be a very interesting book. Challenges lurk in the corner no matter where you turn. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Raggedy Grace Anne Trono »

This book is interesting enough for me. The characters and the plot seems captivating as I got hooked to them already after I finished reading this review.
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Post by Hager Salem »

I would love to learn more about these unique characters. It sounds interesting.
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Post by Misael Carlos »

The relationship of Geena Nuss and Joe Tink is intriguing and I’m liking forward to digging into this novel to find out what and how it will pan out. I like mystery and suspense novels and this one seems tone right up my alley.
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