October 7, 2020 1 min to read
Audiobook Review: Quantum Entanglement by Liesel K. Hill
Watching time erode society in fast motion isn’t Maggie’s idea of an adventure.
Five months after events on a Pacific island, Maggie waits for Marcus and the team to return.
The people who finally show up to collect her aren’t who she expected. A snake-woman, an injured Traveler, and the complications of leap-frogging through decades of civil unrest, all stand in her way.
While Maggie fights her way back to Marcus, the collectives coalesce, power shifts, and the one called B puts sinister plans into action. If Maggie can’t stop him, her individuality—perhaps her very identity—will be ripped away before she can catch her breath.
Stand out or fade away…
If you like dystopian epics, where the romance, the action, and the stakes are pushed exponentially higher, you won’t be able to put this one down.
“The action grabs you right from the beginning and refuses to let you go.”–The Cozy Dragon
Title: Quantum Entanglement
Author: Liesel K. Hill
Narrator: Robin Wasser
Genre: Sci-Fi, Dystopian with a hint of romance
Part of a Series: Book 2 of the Interchron trilogy
POV: Mostly Maggie, Marcus and Doc
Steam Level: Clean
Quantum Entanglement is the second book in the Interchron trilogy. Packed full of action, multiple story-lines emerge and combine for an EPIC climax. More questions are created then answers revealed. I am completely addicted to this series and cannot wait to see what happens.
I received this audiobook for free from StoryOrigin. This is my honest and voluntary review.
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