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Reviewed by Foluso Falaye for Readers' Favorite
Due to a scandalous attack by his entitled students, who do not care for the high standards he sets for them, Professor Jack Crost plans to spend his time away from Wayne State University, searching for proof that would exonerate him and expose the students behind the scandal. Unfortunately, he experiences a heart attack and a near-death experience, which he finds could have been brought about by someone who is out to get him. Armed with the knowledge of quantum physics and the service of a distinguished private detective, Jack examines his near-death experience and the likelihood of being the target of a possible killer. In Far Out Man, Chuck Snearly weaves an extremely captivating crime tale around characters who investigate quantum physics and physical human threats as they race to subdue their enemies who do not play by the same rules as them.
Get ready for the time of your life with this crime, mystery, and action fusion by a highly skilled author who means business. Far Out Man is simply a refreshingly exciting and deeply insightful book. It was interesting to see a college professor learn basic self-defense skills from a private detective and follow how they play out in the face of life-threatening danger. I especially liked that the book makes learning enjoyable and effortless with its natural, educative conversations about quantum physics and human consciousness that accompany thrilling action and mysterious phenomena. Chuck's elaborate, neatly woven plot includes such themes as education, romance, cancer, martial arts, roof and tunnel hacking, parkour, quantum physics, and murder. Ultimately, Far Out Man impressed me significantly, even as a well-read bibliophile. I could not put it down!