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Reviewed by Natalie Soine for Readers' Favorite
The Quantum Effect by Nicklois Leonard is an action-packed novel that tells the story of how Commander Clint Maxwell’s Navy SEAL Team along with the CIA are tasked with extracting Doctor Chin Lee Shun, head of the Wuhan Institute of Virology and creator of what we know as the COVID-19 Virus, from Wuhan, China and bringing him to America. In one of many twists, a new technology was developed by Dr. Hans Rubin and Dr. Grace Maxwell at Area 51 that allows the manipulation of the time-space continuum. In the process, Commander Maxwell’s team is witness to what may be the first known time travelers. This exciting story involves many more surprising twists and turns throughout from the creation of the new Quantum Space Time Continuum Command (QSTCC) to the creation of the virus and the virus being released on the public.
The Quantum Effect is expertly written and keeps the reader enthralled, eager to know what will happen next. The characters are described so well that it is easy for the reader to form a picture of what they would look like as well as their personalities and characters. The concept is unusual but Nicklois Leonard describes everything extremely well including scenes, locations and things which can or can’t be seen. The story is smooth flowing and quick to read. I particularly enjoyed the action scenes and look forward to reading the sequel. Overall, a thoroughly enjoyable book that I would recommend to any person who enjoys an intriguing story, fascinating from start to finish.