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uantum by Patricia Cornwell kindle ½ Kindle Edition read í insolpro ☆ ❮Reading❯ ➸ uantum Author Patricia Cornwell – Insolpro.co.uk International bestselling author Patricia Cornwell delivers pulse pounding thrills in a series featuring a brilliant and unusual new heroine cutHysicist and cybercrime investigator Calli knows that a looming blizzard and government shutdown could provide the perfect cover for sabotage with deadly conseuencesAs it turns out the danger is worse than she thought A spatter of dried blood a missing security badge a suspicious suicide a series of disturbing clues point to Calli’s twin sister Carme who’s b Charles van BurenA thrillermystery which uickly became tiresomeSeptember 5 2019Verified PurchaseFormat Kindle EditionReview of Kindle editionPublication date October 1 2019Publisher Thomas MercerLanguage EnglishASIN B07BN2WGGJ353 mostly dreary psgesI believe that this is but the third Patricia Cornwell book I've read It is very different from the other two and I suspect from what most readers of her books are accustomed to This one is very wordy with long passages which if they advance the plot at all do so minisculely At 70 to 75% percent into the book I still wasn't completely sure what was happening except that it had been built up to be something very bad and dramatic Then the book stopped without real resolution I suppose there will be a second volume but I won't be reading it Cornwell has an excellent command of the language but that does not prevent tedium The gimmick used in the Kindle edition can not dissipate the problems Here is the uote from the beginning of the book about the gimmick Two Ways to Read This book features animation On compatible devices you can control this experience using the Show Media option in the Aa menu

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Een MIA for daysDesperate to halt the countdown to disaster and to clear her sister’s name Captain Chase digs deep into her vast cyber security knowledge and her painful past probing for answers to her twin’s erratic conduct As time is running out she realizes that failure means catastrophe not just for the space program but for the safety of the whole natio I can't believe Patricia Cornwell wrote this I started reading this on Kindle Unlimited and kept thinking I skipped a page or missed a paragraph NOTHING made sense so choppy purposefully vague and misleading completely not engaging at all I stopped reading after literally nothing had happened literally spent pages on her walking thru the underground secret tunnel ok maybe that's a scene setter walking in the parking lot walking into her office walking back to the car etc Don't bother it's AWFUL

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uantum by Patricia CornweInternational bestselling author Patricia Cornwell delivers pulse pounding thrills in a series featuring a brilliant and unusual new heroine cutting edge cybertechnology and stakes that are astronomically highOn the eve of a top secret space mission Captain Calli Chase detects a tripped alarm in the tunnels deep below a NASA research center A NASA pilot uantum p Last year I read the last Sue Grafton in the alphabet series and was disappointed Turns out she had a terminal illness so I feel bad for my critical review I don’t think Cornwell has that excuse It’s been a long time since I read a Patricia Cornwell mystery but I remember them as fast paced with interesting characters uantum has none of those ualitiesThis story centers on a pair of twin sisters narrated by one of them both of whom are clearly on the autism spectrum The whole book is a mishmash of technobabble and paranoia with a few mysteries that barely kept my interest The narrator’s suspicions and traumas from her past are offered as very poor substitutes for social interaction Every single character was either hostile and damaged or else totally lacking in any distinguishing characteristicsMaybe Cornwell was trying to show off what she had learned in her 2 years of research but she could surely have gotten the number of calories in a doughnut right 200 not 100 Meanwhile she portrayed the winter temperatures in the Langley Wallops Island region of Virginia as if it were Saskatchewan She may have needed frigid temperatures to advance her plot but it made the whole story suspectAll in all this book had no redeeming ualities I can see why it was offered for free To add insult to injury the underlying mystery wasn’t even solved but if you think I am coming back for the conclusion in Book 2 you are mistaken Even for free