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By Stephen Bergquist on 20-05-17
Review The Quantum Cop
What an enjoyable read! Thank you Meghan Kelly for a great performance. Every character was so easy to follow with their own "voice" different for each. Lesley Smith has woven the story of our young physics professor discovering the way to choose a preferred current reality out of the plethora of quantum choices. Her adventures include a little romance, some outsmarting the bad guys, and a generally pleasurable listening experience.
“This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”
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By Dominique on 07-05-17
Loved this story from the start
This story got me hooked from the first few minutes. I love science fiction that could theoretically happen, and when it's explained in a way that has a scientific basis, like it is in this book, it's especially enjoyable. If you allow yourself to be swept into the suspension of disbelief, it's a fun roller coaster ride that just doesn't quit.
The narrator does a great job keeping the story light and fun. The main female character is quirky and bright, and Meghan Kelly's narration suits the heroine's personality perfectly. I'm not sure what another listener found so off-putting, but I couldn't disagree more. I'll just say listen to a sample and see for yourself how energetic and fun the narration is.
The story takes place in Boulder, CO, a place I visited once, enough to remember little things that made me smile as I listened. Part mystery, part romance, part late-bloomer coming of age story, I refuse to pigeon-hole this story into a specific genre except to say that although I was provided with this copy from the author, narrator or publisher in exchange for an unbiased review, I have already purchased the sequel (Quantum Murder) and it's downloading as I write this review. I hope that the author keeps this series going become it's so much fun, and a great new twist on female quasi-detective fiction with an academic twist (since the main character is a physics professor by day but helps law enforcement catch bad guys through her knowledge of weird physics stuff in her off hours!).
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