Quantum Entangled: A Quantum Series Mystery

Quantum Entangled: A Quantum Series Mystery

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Twenty-three intelligent species. One ancient mystery. And two humans thrust into the middle.

Daniel Rice hasn’t felt right since his return from a dystopian future now extinguished. Curious dreams repeat with detailed precision. A voice - or something - seems to be calling him. His problem isn’t medical, it’s not even scientific, and it’s driving his wife crazy.

Nala is worried, and she’s not the type to pace the halls while her overly analytic husband procrastinates. Earth’s scientific power couple is soon halfway around the world to consult with alien android, Aastazin. Zin is no doctor, but he has friends in high places. Very high.

Next stop, a thousand light years from home, where an alien megacity shaped in a six-petaled flower hosts species from dozens of worlds. An inexplicable attack leaves Daniel wandering across an inhospitable planet and Nala alone among a confusing mashup of sentient beings. With little hope of finding each other, they learn there is more going on at this alien gathering place than they knew - aggressive security bots, an ancient mystery, and a pending vote that could shun humanity from the greatest collection of civilizations the galaxy has ever known.

In book number four of the series, Daniel and Nala will need to make friends, avoid enemies, and leverage newfound knowledge to reconnect with each other and boost humanity’s chance of galactic membership.

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    Quantum Entangled: A Quantum Series Mystery Reviews

  • Rick Rider

    I liked this as a stand-alone story. As an adjunct to the Quantum series, not so much. There were times I thought that Nala was too, too whatever she was doing, and other times I felt she was the "pre...

  • Mark

    Douglas Phillips has sandwiched his trilogy of fascinating novels between a novella length prologue (Quantum Incident) and this novella length epilogue (Quantum Entangled). For fans of the Quantum ser...

  • Donuts with fillings

    Great sequel to seriesI have been hooked on the quantum series and pre-ordered this as soon as it was available. I was disappointed with 2 things: (1) there were less hard sciences and "quantum" nugge...

  • Leslee

    Fascinating!Thank you!!! The idea of quantum time is truly mind bending! I read recently about a new theory of a fifth dimension that acts as a kind of buffer between quantum realm and relativity, cou...

  • Jefrois

    If you like cartoons, this may be the book for you.Or, just put the cartoons on yer Teevee.Or, watch that old movie:https://www.itstactical.com/wp-conten... "...Before the bot could answer, an uprig...

  • Thomas J Erdmann

    One too manyBooks 1-3 in this series were creative, intriguing and fun. Book 4 ... Not so much. Perhaps I was turned off to your writing by the anti-Christian position the author flaunted in his comme...

  • Randy Starr

    Fascinating seriesI was hooked from book one and read all four. Generally , I read for pleasure; however, I felt compelled to study a little physics along the way. While reading, I often pondered the ...

  • Bookish

    Book 4 of the Quantum Series doesn’t have a lot of the quantum science we’ve seen in the other books. With that being said, I enjoyed the somewhat easier reading pace and the storyline. The charac...

  • Pete Mysliwiec, III

    Entangled is how you feelThis addition to the series doesn't disappoint. Finished in two days. Love the way Daniel and Nala play off each other. Douglas makes the fiction part of Science Fiction belie...

  • Ladyreadalot

    I really enjoy the stories written by Douglas Phillips. Not only does he research the science, but he creates a scenario that, while fantastical, is believable. It also whisks the reader away to a wor...