Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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An intriguing novel centered around a group of characters and their lives with various intersections. Twists and revelations. Nice book.
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I liked the review, and the book sounds nice but I wouldn't read it, it's not my type of book.
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Entanglement is a crime thriller, involving different stories combined, Hence the title. The family secrets make the book even more enthralling. Nice review and congratulations on BOTD.
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Nice review, I think the book has alot to teach us about being careful of the decisions we make today against our tomorrow .
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Post by Judy O »

This review seems to encompass a group of characters. I would like to know all about them as this review portrays the book's complex plot. Nice review.
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While reading the reviews 8 kind of form a menta map of events that should somewhat connect in order for the events to correlate.
In this story, I already think Joe and Beth in the previous professions had an encounter that resulted in Geena, for the reason that Geena is possessive of Joe who ironically is friendly with Beth and eventually moves in...unfinished business?
I think it's an engrossing story or shall I say suspense. One would never know how which way the tree of fate is gonna fall; Joe sounds more like attached to the family than just being a friend. Let's read on and find out.
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In this book we see different and intriguing perspectives from different times. Sounds very interesting. Congrats!
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Post by Hubre De Klerk »

Very interesting book with a lot of complex relationships! The story and emotions (or non-emotions in some cases) related to the crimes, was easy to understand and follow. The time jumps could have been handled a bit better, but overall it was an amazing read! The Review is very well written and gets you hooked to get the book for yourself!
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Post by Christabel Egbeama »

From the review of this book, I can say that the name Entanglement, suits this book very well. I always love when characters are authentic. I'm looking forward to reading this book. Thanks for the honest review.
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Entanglement: Quantum and Otherwise by John K. Danenbarger is a fictional book about true friendship. Great review
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Post by Elaine LaBonte »

This book surprised me. I read the review from Kindle Unlimited and can't wait to finish the book I'm reading now. Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise" is a special book for me. I love the writing style with words rolling off the page to captivate me. Consistent surprising use of words in a new way. I have to take time to read it aloud, probably a couple times.
"Soon I'll find the right words, they'll be very simple ..."
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Interesting plot and characters with unique story and secret. I hope I will enjoy it with the time jumps. Thanks for the wonderful review
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Post by Stephanie_Chapman »

Intersecting character paths makes complex plot lines more interesting. The development of each person sounds complete, and the suspense elements sound appealing to me. I am going to check this book out. Great review.
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The author certainly has a way with words. In the first chapter, the use of adjectives has you wanting to say them out loud, like you want to roll them around in your mouth. I’d read more just for the writing style.
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Post by Melissa Best »

The multiple relationships and time jumps throughout make this sound like a challenging but worthy read. From the title I was hoping it would be more related to STEM topics, but nonetheless has caught my interest. Definitely adding to my reading list!
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