Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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Re: Review of Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise

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From the review, the book seems very catchy with its dramatic events. I personally feel like Geena has been surrounded by a shakey reality; lost her father, her mom was a prostitute, her step brother was institutionalized due to aggressiveness. Alot of flaws in the characters made the book quite fascinating.
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Post by Kenesha L Fowler »

You did a great job with this review; I really enjoyed it. The book does indeed sound interesting, with such a nice cast of characters. I don't know if it's for me though. Might have to sample it first. Thanks for your thoughts.
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Crime novels with time jumps can be confusing and frustrating, but at the end, when all the pieces fall into place, it's all satisfying. This sounds like a good read, and I'm interested in reading about the complex family relationships in the book.
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The title should be taking literally as the book seems to depict entanglements in different forms. I love character driven stories which is a plus for this book. I'd definitely love to read it. Thanks for your insightful review.
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I love crime and character driven novels. I'm interested in the plot and what situations could possibly drive them to murder. Thank you for the review!
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From the look of this review, I believe this book will need an interesting read for me. Adding it to my bookshelf ASAP. Congrats on BOTD.
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An engaging story with unique characterizations. The book comprises of the dark secrets revolving around each character. There's a lot going on in the book. Despite, the violent and sexual content, I would still like to explore the book. Congratulations on BOTD.
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I enjoy stories with characters who begin unrelated but connect as the book progresses. I am interested to read about what their past entailed. Thanks for the informative review.
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Dark pasts and life stories all entangled to one another must be somehow sad and confusing to live. This book takes my interest, thanks for the review.
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From a sampling, this seems like an interesting story about how multiple interrelated people expose their dark pasta including a woman who discovers that her father has died, a family friend is going away and an adopted brother who was institutionalized. These secrets include murder and revenge. It might be worth a second look. Well done.
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The book depicts heavy and mature topics about complex human relationships. It is about crime and mystery which is my cup of tea. This review made me interested and influenced me to give it a try of reading it.
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While the plot seems intriguing, the overall book appears a bit complex. That said, I would give it a trial. Great review!
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I've already started reading it. What better way to understand ourselves than to read about other complex and flawed characters.
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I would love to read this book. Great reciew
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Post by Cheryl Erickson »

After reading the book and your review, this seems like a gripping crime drama filled with intense characters. It would be interesting to see how life turns out for Geena Nuss. Your comprehensive book review was well-written.
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