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Reviewed by Neil A White for Readers' Favorite
Quantum, by Dean De Servienti, is the first novel in a rip-roaring trilogy that will have you salivating, waiting on the release of part two. Mr. De Servienti’s thrill-ride begins in the Darfur desert region of Sudan with the discovery of a mysterious object. The material from which it is constructed appears to be not of this world, yet the rock from which it was extracted dates back 250 million years. And so begins the adventure for a select team of six scientists as they attempt to unravel the mysteries that the strange object contains. They quickly determine that their find may have devastating effects on the world’s perception of history as we know it, so they go into hiding to protect the sanctity of their research. However, word leaks out, and the team is forced to flee. Hunted by an assassin employed by the world’s three major religions, and the CIA, that believes it is a weapon, the group of scientists has only one man - who hunts down historical artifacts for a living – on whom they can rely.
Quantum is one of those rare novels that you’ll find impossible to put down. It is a thrill-a-minute ride from Africa to Europe to the United States and on to the Caribbean, as our protagonists try to stay one step ahead of their pursuers, all the while learning the startling secrets that their discovery contains. Secrets that, if revealed, would turn our world upside down. Mr. De Servienti’s Quantum is an excellent novel and one that I highly recommend. And with a surprise ending that has me eagerly awaiting the second installment!