Entanglement: An International Spy Thriller
by: Corbin Coltrane
From the author:
Dr. Shane Somers is a 28 year old physicist and engineer who develops a new form of telecommunications based on Albert Einstein’s theory of Quantum Entanglement. His new invention makes the fastest internet connection look like the Pony Express by comparison and could be worth hundreds of billions of dollars if brought to market. Meanwhile, China’s top secret agent is determined to acquire the technology for Mr. Chu, the ruthless owner of Chu Industries, a network of over-sized factories in China known for their disregard of the environment and inhumane treatment of its employees.
Magnus Gunnarsson, Shane’s long time best friend and former high school rival, pays Shane a visit after not seeing him for several years. Magnus informs him that he now works for TAG, an organization that doesn’t officially exist, but has the mission of countering international corporate espionage while also acquiring new forms of technology for the United States in the name of national security.
It is now up to Shane and Magnus, reunited best friends, to track down China’s super spy and reclaim the technology before it’s too late. But the infamous spy has a few tricks up his sleeve that neither of them see coming. Despite the odds stacked against them, they must succeed… America’s economy and global dominance hangs in the balance.
I enjoy reading a good spy thriller and Coltrane delivered. He took me on a thrill ride from the first page of the book. Shane has developed a series of world revolutionizing inventions, yet he remains stuck in his lab – Why? What does Shane need to keep hidden and why?
When Coltrane reveals secrets about his characters, he does it in a manner that hooks the reader into wanting more. Little tidbits about Shane or Magnus only serves as an appetizer – it satisfies the hunger for now, but that hunger returns as the story unfolds.
I wondered where the book would lead me. Chapters opened new and exciting avenues that the story could travel. Each had it’s own closed and locked doors to be investigated. But would the reader want to open them?
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