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Quantum Tangle (Targon Tales - Sethran Book 1) by [Reher, Chris]
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Dropping out of sub-space into the wrong galactic sector, Sethran Kada wakes up with a headache and an extraordinary alien aboard his ship. She implores him to help stop the abductions of her people, a newly evolved species emerging from sub-space. Their dangerous potential has caught the attention of rebel factions as well as the ruling Commonwealth. When contact with her kind turns pilots into casualties, the Governors fear an imminent invasion engineered by their rebel enemies.

Pursued by Air Command, Seth heads deep into rebel-controlled territory to recover the stolen entities and keep this deadly weapon from falling into the wrong hands. Things get personal when his alien visitor begins to transform his mind and his life, turning the rescue mission into a fight for survival for all of them.

Quantum Tangle is part of Chris Reher’s Targon Tales series but does not intersect the other stories. Sethran Kada previously appeared in The Catalyst and also in Rebel Alliances.

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I read a hell lot of sci-fi but this is beyond my imagination's imagination. I know what hyperspace is, but life forms, that too intelligent life forms can even exist there, its really very very interesting. If I remember right, there were few tv series which might have shown something close to this but definitely not this. This is next level stuff. Oh I am glad to have found this book and read this. The author is a piece of work, I mean it. He had to research and verify with our current limited knowledge & understanding of physics and then frame the entire thing. Hats off.

Thank you very much.
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5.0 out of 5 stars very enjoyable, easy to read, couldn't put it down 6 November 2015
By Mr. Helpful - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this book. The writing style was much more polished than I expected from a self-published author, especially one with only 100 or so reviews. Events flowed forward in an easy to follow direction without distraction. I liked the way she stuck to the story rather than the extraneous fluff that most sci-fi writers apparently love to include in their books (for example, the details on exactly how the star drives work or what molecules a particular metal is made of). Yes, she kept the storyline simple, with only a few breaks to minor characters, but without making it feel like it was written for a younger audience. It also helps that the main character's moral compass was a bit more realistic than many authors would portray.

The author has named the series "Targon Tales", and a "tale" is exactly what this book feels like to me.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Into the greater beyond....and more 5 December 2015
By Bydnmytime - Published on Amazon.com
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This book took a new step in SciFi which was quite entertaining. It was interesting that the main character wasn't HUMAN (lol) but seemed to possess the same general characteristics of most of the humans I've met. The story moved right along and it wasn't difficult to keep track of everyone although they were flying in and out of regular and subspace...this books seems to support the premise or theories that have developed over the decades about what subspace travel would be like --even though we have no practical experience with it-- and then it takes it a step further. Looking forward to then next book in the series.
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting topic and a great read 21 September 2016
By Sacha V - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the first part of a trilogy that I picked up for free on Amazon and I'll definitely be picking up the second book.

Our MC Seth has jumped through sub-space and awakes in the wrong location. Most scientists believe sub-space to be devoid of anything, but Seth soon realizes he picked up a sort of hitch hiker and it's in his brain.

This entity takes the shape of a female that's appealing to Seth and tells him that there are others of her kind that have been picked up and she needs to find the one entity that binds them all, without it they will cease to be so Seth, being a good guy decides to help.

Along the way, Khoe, the entity in his head accidentally causes Seth to kill a military officer marking him as a wanted man, an act for which Khoe is really upset about. Another entity has taken over a pirate and it's exactly the opposite of Khoe and is bent on bringing all of its kind to real space and will kill anyone who gets in the way. Seth enlists the aid of a much smarter race who are also telepaths, to discuss Khoe and how he might employ his skill set to help track down the prime entity that Khoe seeks.

Although there are quite a few characters introduced it's handled in such a way that isn't overloading and delivers only what needs to be to tell the story while developing the main characters. It's well done and leaves you wanting to go on more adventures with them.

I have a couple of issues though. First, the dialog, while well written, sometimes uses no contractions where they should be which isn't how people talk. In those instances it comes across as stiff. The other issue I have (and I fully admit this is probably petty to many) is the fact that this is a science fiction book, emphasis on science and there is a place in the book while Seth is talking to these telepaths and Khoe shoes herself to them. In her natural state she exists merely as particles and they ask her if , before occupying Seth's brain, she understood anything about race or gender to which she replies no. There are a number of different race of beings in this story so this is a valid question. She chose to present herself as a female, which is a sex. Sex and gender are not interchangeable words and they mean two entirely different things. One is scientific and one is not.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful characters in a delightful book 7 May 2017
By J. Seidman - Published on Amazon.com
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This was an excellent book, with compelling characters having interesting interactions that were just great fun to read. It was far from the most intricate plot I've seen in a story, but the story was still meaty enough to underlie a story that never seemed to drag.

I see that Quantum Tangle is the first book of a trilogy, but I really appreciated that it still had a satisfying conclusion and could be easily appreciated by itself. That said, I'm quite eager to read the next books. This was the first thing I've read by Chris Reher, but it certainly won't be my last. I really enjoy her character-driven approach to science fiction.
4.0 out of 5 stars A unique and engaging alien makes this a really good read 12 April 2017
By Larry J Price - Published on Amazon.com
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The alien character and its interaction with the erstwhile main character make this book well worth reading. The other characters are as developed as they need to be. All but the least important characters are interesting and the 2 main characters are very likeable. I rooted for them throughout the story. The story is well paced and the tech is believable for this genre. The book would probably be a strong 3 with aliens typical in other space opera stories. But with this unique alien concept, its development, and symbiosis the book, in my opinion, is a strong 4 bordering on a 5...and I rarely use the top rating.
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