About the Book
Twin brothers Charlie and Jack Franklin have always had an eerie connection. As children, they were able to sense what the other was feeling no matter how far apart they were. They went on to take wildly different paths: tattooed and long-haired, Jack enrolled in art school; meanwhile, Charlie shaved his head and joined the U.S. Marines in Afghanistan.
After a frightening vision, Jack realizes he has to contact Charlie—and fast. A thunderstorm hits hard, severing Jack's only connection. As he frantically searches for an Internet signal, Jack finds himself at Roosevelt High, where he reunites with his old physics teacher, Peter Keller. Upon hearing Jack's story, Peter explains the theory of quantum entanglement: an invisible, energetic connection that unites all beings within a larger universal oneness. As they explore the scientific underpinnings of these visions, they race against time in the hopes of protecting Charlie and altering his fate.
Entanglement, the new novel based on the teachings of New York Times best-selling author Gregg Braden, explores the exciting world of quantum physics and spirituality in modern times.
From the day that I started reading this book, I couldn't put it down. I had to stop and write down my thoughts. Well after reading this book on more than one occasion I have finally got my review done. Entanglement is a book in a series called A TALES OF EVERYDAY MAGIC NOVEL by Hay House Publishing. I particularly like this book. It was a really good read. Jack is the usual college kid who is slacking in the literal sense. He smokes, drinks, and has wild parties. But when he senses that his twin brother Charlie is in immediate danger, he tries to get a hold of him but that proves to be harder than it looks. Charlie is in Afghanistan and Jack is back home in the U.S. After some breaking and entering, he stumbles on his old high school teacher Peter Keller. Jack explains the weird feelings and dreams that he has about Charlie. His teacher explains to him about Quantum Entanglement and that it is likely to be the reason why Jack feels this way. Charlie is in Afghanistan and sees a coyote, but there is one problem, coyotes don't live in Afghanistan. As they are leaving a small village he sees the coyote once more. So he stops and hears a yell saying Charlie. It is Jack calling him in his sleep. Charlie later calls Jack via Skype and tells him about what had happened to him that day. I will let you all read the book to get a better read for yourselves. I don't want to ruin it for you. If you like this book, you may just like the other books in the series. Hay House Publishing has a video on the book. I think they have a movie also....If they do I will post it later. Happy Reading.
This book gets a 5 star rating.
About the Authors
Gregg Braden is a New York Times best-selling Author, a former senior computer systems designer for Marietta Aerospace and computer geologist for Phillips Petroleum, and the first technical operations manager for Cisco Systems. For over 26 years he has searched the remote monasteries of Egypt, Peru, and Tibet for the life-giving secrets that were encoded in the language of our most cherished traditions. His work has led to such pioneering books as The Divine Matrix, Fractal Time, and Deep Truth. Gregg's work is published in 17 languages and 27 countries and shows beyond any reasonable doubt that the key to our future lies in the wisdom of our past. Visit: www.greggbraden.com
Lynn Lauber is a fiction and nonfiction author, teacher, and book collaborator. She has published three books of her own with W.W. Norton & Co., as well as many Collaborations with other authors. Her specialties include fiction, personal narrative, and self-improvement. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times. She has abridged audiobooks for such authors as John Updike, Oliver Sacks, Oprah Winfrey, and Gore Vidal. Visit: www.lynnlauber.com
FCC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: I received this book in exchange for a review from Hay House Publishing. The review is of my own judgment. It is unbiased and fair.