Quantum Void

Quantum Void

Eight months after the astounding discoveries made at Fermilab…

Particle physics was always an unlikely path to the stars, but with the discovery that space could be compressed, the entire galaxy had come within reach. The technology was astonishing, yet nothing compared to what humans encountered four thousand light-years from home. Now, with an invitation from a mysterious gatekeeper, the people of Earth must decide if they’re ready to participate in the galactic conversation.

The world anxiously watches as a team of four katanauts suit up to visit an alien civilization. What they learn on a watery planet hundreds of light-years away could catapult human comprehension of the natural world to new heights. But one team member must overcome crippling fear to cope with an alien gift she barely understands.

Back at Fermilab, strange instabilities are beginning to show up in experiments, leading physicists to wonder if they ever really had control over the quantum dimensions of space.

The second book of the Quantum series rejoins familiar characters and adds several more as it explores the frontiers of human knowledge and wisdom. Of course, it wouldn’t be part of the series if it didn’t have a few twists along the way!

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    Quantum Void Reviews

  • Richard

    Great book, interesting science, imaginative writing, and interesting characters!Note - If you haven't already read Quantum Space (Quantum Series Book #1), please stop right now and read it. Your enjo...

  • Sara Troyer

    I really enjoyed this book even better than the first in the series. I binge read the last half of it this afternoon. I look forward to the 3rd book in the series and more books by this author. Great ...

  • Maria Kondratyev

    I can’t say I liked this book less than the first one . At times I even liked it more as it was somewhat more fast paced and imaginative. But looking at them together as a sequel I don’t feel they...

  • Pamela Jay Paralikis Jay Paralikis

    10 stars at leastI can't get enough of Phillip's writing. I wish he wrote faster. It all hangs together, and even makes some sort of sense. I can't discuss the plot, except to say that you would think...

  • Shane Phillips

    Enjoyed but it ended up being predictable. I mean from a quantum superposition point of view....

  • Jim

    QUANTUM VOID is the second book in a projected trilogy by Douglas Phillips who came out of nowhere in 22017 with the first novel in this fascinating hard sci-fi series, QUANTUM SPACE. QUANTUM VOID pic...

  • walter Roethke

    So intellectually conceivedHaving studied mechanical engineering which is mainly physics and math in the 60s when an atom had 3 particles and there were a few 50lb satelliteslp i found this interestin...

  • Kruunch

    The second book in the Quantum series explores the revelations of the newly discovered 4D space technology as well as first contact with an alien race.The idea of 4D space presented by Douglas Phillip...

  • Jody Avila

    The squad is back! Daniel has been traveling around as a celebrity scientist explaining Core and the newly discovered 4D world. Nala is back in the Fermilab working on experiments trying to expand her...

  • KHELLIAN

    This is one of those rare books that is written by someone who has the ability to write a gripping page-turner while being able to explain the science behind the story clearly and simply. My suggestio...