Masterfully macabre metaphors

I was first drawn to Entanglement because of the connection of the title to quantum physics. I had no idea what I was getting into, but that is because this story is unique. To describe it as “fanciful” would be an understatement, but it is a wonderful blend of reality and the supernatural, with a dose of science thrown in for good measure.

Maya Panika is master of the macabre metaphor, as is evident in the following line:

“… scared almost witless, waiting for the cold, clammy, disembodied hand of cliché to come out of the fog and grab me.”

I thoroughly enjoyed this well-written book. Ms. Panika is clearly a professional when it comes to writing, and if you read this book you may find yourself wanting your own “secret silent place.

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