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Reviewed by Tammy Ruggles for Readers' Favorite
Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John K Danenbarger is a tense crime drama you could lose sleep over. The plot is riveting and is the definition of a slow burn, but is well worth the time invested in learning about the characters and their situations because it all pulls together as the story progresses. This eclectic mix of characters are fully formed and genuine, coming from all walks of life, and dealing with their own issues. The author uses multiple generations and time periods, even a few years into the future, and some in the past, but this is to show how things unfold over time. At times you'll wonder how each person fits into the bigger picture, but it's fun sorting it out.
The author is skilled at molding a story into an intriguing climax and ending, but as with any good mystery, you have to pay attention. The effort pays off. This is a very good book for a first novel. Danenbarger pulls together an interesting plot, complex characters, surprises, and most of all, a compelling story. He gives you the pieces of the puzzle, and it's up to you to put it together. When you do, you'll come away with a satisfying conclusion. I like how he explores the concept of death and its after-effects, and how the characters react to it. Even on the first page, it seems that death itself is a character. I also like his detailed descriptions, which lend to the atmosphere of each scene. If you're looking for a scintillating crime story that makes you both think and feel, you can't go wrong with Entanglement - Quantum and Otherwise by John K Danenbarger.