Length: 183 Pages
Release date: May 30, 2018
Synopsis: When a failed experiment causes a parallel world to collide with ours, the invisible reality begins to tear our world apart.
Physicist Mia Green finds herself stuck in Paris, in the middle of an unnatural disaster and she’s the only one who knows what needs to be done; Mia must get home to England and stop the experiment that’s ending the world.
Reality has crumbled to an ephemeral and unpredictable puzzle, filled with danger and destruction, and amid this chaos, it will take everything that Mia has to fix the splintered worlds.
Entangled Earth is a mind-bending science fiction adventure where everyday activities on another invisible world suddenly become a deadly threat to our world.
Review copy provided in exchange for an honest review
Entangled Earth had an interesting premise, and I hoped it would meet my expectations. Unfortunately, the book had some issues that were hard to ignore. Firstly, it needed better editing. Second, the obstacles that Mia and her friends encountered and overcame were a bit too unbelievable. Lastly, the world after the entanglement had too many inconsistencies. On the plus side, I loved the idea of a science experiment gone wrong, and found the entanglement concept very cool. The conclusion of the story was awesome and the twist really impressed me. The ending really made up for much of the short comings. For a debut novel, this was a good read that I still enjoyed despite some issues.
David Lea, biography
David Lea was born in Manchester in the United Kingdom in 1977. He grew up in Cheshire, not including a year in Washington DC as an impressionable 7-year-old. In his 20’s David moved to London where he spent 10 years as a Forensic Scientist before moving into Business Analysis. He now lives in West Sussex in southern England.
David’s first novel was Entangled Earth, an apocalyptic thriller, released in mid-2018. His next novel, Under Three Skies, is currently in progress.