Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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Re: Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

Post by azza lia »

I don't know if this book is for me tho. It is a suspenseful mystery-crime story and describes about how those people motivated to kill. Sometimes the time leaps could be frustrating and make the readers lost the timeline of the story. But I'm not complain if I need to reread the story to reconnecting the plot. The violence and sexual contents would bother me though. Thank you for a great review.
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Post by Paully_ »

I believe the book got it's title from the interwoven lives of the characters. I don't enjoy books with violence and sexual scenes so I will pass on this one. Thanks for the detailed review. Congratulations on BOTD.
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Post by Gabriela Contreras »

I found this book interesting, I do not mind sexual descriptions, since this plot kept me engaged while reading the review.
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Post by smoothcrowd »

By just the title and cover of the book, I fund the book interesting. Hopefully the content within won't let me down.
Thanks and great job on the review.
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Post by Sirajuddin »

Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John K Danenbarger fabulously portrays intriguing characters with dark pasts, and the interesting aspect of this story is the intersection of their lives and how they act that is worth reading.
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Post by ikechukwuamarachi+55 »

From the title of the book, one can be able to deduce that some of the characters are struggling to break loose from the past. Nice review.
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Post by Chinedu Nwakaji »

This book has interesting features. The plot and storyline is quite fascinating plus the fact that it contains matters of physical relevance in our world today. Congrats on BOTD.
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I also found it confusing and had to re-read it several times. This just throws me off on the enjoyment of reading. But I like the premise of the book and how it's organized and the fact that it is character driven.
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Post by Stevenmusk »

The book’s title give it a certain allure. I like the concept of the plot and it seems like an interesting book.
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Post by noelhope »

This book has focused on both the plot and the characters. The characters are relatable. Amazing review. I will definitely check this book out.
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Post by MsH2k »

Joe was my favorite character when I sampled this book, and I also found some scenarios hard to follow, but I am hooked on the story, and your excellent review has reinforced my decision to put this read on my list. Congrats on BOTD!
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Post by Olomofe »

Such a deep story with a long rope of friendship and relations. I was also awestruck and commend Joe for being a family to Beth despite his knowledge of Beth's past. Congrats on BOTD
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Post by Damian Keyes »

Movies and books where characters who leave different lives come together to tell a story have always been my favorite type of books to read. I just bought the book and I'm most definitely going to get enthralled with this series of life events.
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Post by Asim Tariq »

The review accurately directs the reader of crime books and sci-fi, to delve into it. One can relate to the main characters; Joe and Beth. Prostitution and murders place the book in the 'crimes' category. The added sci-fi twist makes for creative reading. Definitely recommended for adults interested in crime/sci-fi books.
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Post by Gabriella H »

This sounds like a well-written and engaging story that explores the minds of the characters and provides a realistic point of view for readers. Nice work on your review!
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