Five friends, four mysteries, three deaths, two road trips and a secret that will change the world…
David’s fiancée worries when he drops out of contact. MI5 panics when a secret airbase vanishes. Liz doesn’t understand when her research subjects go missing. Nigel is confused when he finds an ordinary house brick floating in thin air. And a woman spends her life shifting between parallel worlds. But how can all these things be connected? And why are cakes so important?
Entanglement is a warm, funny, and original tale about friendship, loss and coping when you’re out of your depth. It also invites readers to ask, “What if?” What if you hadn’t answered that voicemail? And what if chicken pies were illegal in Finland?
If you love Douglas Adams, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchet you are in the right place. Entanglement is an inventive book of big ideas filled with humanity and humour.
Entanglement takes its title from both the complex nature of human relationships and the term Quantum Entanglement which is key to current theories of parallel universes. It’s about all of that.
This is a quirky, fun tale of part Sci-fi and part fantasy.
A secret ‘weather research’ facility disappears in a green flash….moles disappeared from their homes and a brick can’t decide whether it’s there or not, and TC has moved through different realities….
How are these events linked ? Five people, all linked may have the answer ?
I love this book, it’s full of great characters, gentle humour, weird events and ultimately a tale of friendship, fate and a rather heartwarming love story. With moles, bricks and lots of little pop culture references that appeal to the geek in me I read this in one sitting. Totally original and utterly absorbing. I can thoroughly recommend it.
Thank you to Cameron Publicity & Marketing for a free copy of the book. This is my honest and unbiased review.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Andrew J Thomas was born in Bristol, England and after university, embarked on an office-based career which ultimately enabled him to travel the world. Having written as a hobby all his life, he gave up his day job to write Entanglement. Whilst writing the book his mother had a major stroke, and as well as finishing the novel, he now had the additional goal of getting a copy to her while there was still time. Happily, he succeeded. He’s written two other novels and seventeen short stories (as yet unpublished) and lives in a thatched cottage in rural Worcestershire.
Entanglement is available for pre-order now on Amazon and will be available at all good outlets in ebook, paperback and hardback upon publication. Find out more at: https://andrewjthomas.net/