An explosive collision between a pickup truck and a Volvo erases two momentous scientific discoveries. Quantum probability results in complex emotional entanglements. Voices return from the dead. A blood-stained piano becomes an heirloom. Although a picture-perfect family, Beth Sturgess divulges an ignominious past to her loving husband–who has deadly secrets.
Mistakes are fatal.
With deeply flawed, relatable characters, Entanglement–Quantum and Otherwise is an intricate literary crime story that unravels the generational impact on reality after a loved one’s death.
Out August 6, 2019
I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
Profound. Thought-provoking, oddly satirical at times but effective to the core of the story. Intriguing and insightful, yet strangely adaptive to the genre through delving into the depths of the soul of each complexed, multi-layered character fleshed out to perfection. Very realistic and very relatable, these characters will dig into your resolve and keep you interested in finding out how and why they’re linked together.
A bit of a “dry” read at times, but this didn’t affect the pace or interest. I found it a slower read than other books this length, but again this did not turn the reader off. The plot was hidden and at times camouflaged until a character adds a bit or piece of the puzzle, cleverly written if not a dangerously risky method of engagement for readers. This proved that the writer is clearly talented and worth the follow.
A truly intellectual writer, the author’s research and knowledge base is clearly exposed throughout the writing. A very engaging read and one I’m glad I had the opportunity to have.
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