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Quantum Roots [Epub] ❧ Quantum Roots Author Kyle Keyes – Thomashillier.co.uk Federal agents, Alexis Grumman and Jeremy Wade track down a current day vigilante, whose fingerprints match those of a Korean War veteran Author Kyle Keyes uses characters from two previous novels, to Federal agents, Alexis Grumman and Jeremy Wade track down a current day vigilante, whose fingerprints match those of a Korean War veteran Author Kyle Keyes uses characters from two previous novels, to promote a theory that particle energy formats with a quantum root system, that can bypass time and space Keyes believes that such fiction could turn to fact as we move into the age of quantum mechanics Adventure fans everywhere should delight in this fast paced action story, that brings yesterday's gun play back to settle cyberage injustice Synopsis: Jesse Joe Jacks was born sometime during the snow blizzard ofThe Lower Elk County, game warden died from a lightning strike on July while wearing a sheriff's star Olan Chapman came to life in August ofand found a computer career with a center city, electronics firm Chapman drinks heavy and is haunted by flashbacks of an older sister, lost to an unsolved case of gang rape and murder Jacks loved nature and lived to protect wildlife He stood tall and fought to uphold justice Jacks was also a crack shot with a firearmany firearm Chapman attends the theatre, plays piano and at one time led a march against the National Rifle Association Both men have the same fingerprints, much to the chagrin of Lt General Alexis Grumman who heads the federal department for paranormal activities Working with special agent, Jeremy Wade, Grumman breaks open the case when Chapman's fingerprints also match those of the vigilante.

  • Paperback
  • 262 pages
  • Quantum Roots
  • Kyle Keyes
  • English
  • 28 March 2018
  • 9781478392675

About the Author: Kyle Keyes

Born To Write:Older Americans often come from whistle stop towns painted by Norman Rockwell Kyle Keyes grew up in Clayton, a South Jersey borough first founded as Fislerville Clayton had a small urban district with street lights, but no indoor plumbing Farmland and outhouses were a sign of the timesClayton was so small, that Keye's aunt doubled as his Sixth Grade school teacher, who once said.



10 thoughts on “Quantum Roots

  1. Grady Grady says:

    ‘Particle energy formats with a quantum root system, that bypasses time and space’

    Florida author Kyle Keyes books combine tales of America’s past with today’s paranormal science, creating a new and unique genre that can only be described as historical science fiction. He offered substantive information about this book in his notes to the next installment QUANTUM ROOTS II – ‘Monkey see, monkey do. Headline grabbers are often followed by copycat artists, seeking attention in a world too busy to notice anything but crime. Olan Chapman put Hobbs Creek on the national map when the slender computer programmer reverted back to a former identity as Jesse Joe Jacks. Chapman used this alter ego to avenge the rape/murder of his childhood sister. Chapman then went over Niagara Falls in a small outboard and a rain of bullets. After which, copycat vigilantes sprang up in dark alleys from sea to shining sea. Noted psychologists of the day believed that Olan Chapman was a sign of the times. The message was clear. The commonwealth had lost faith in the system, and public sentiment was now ready for a vigilante.’

    Stepping into this strange novel, suffused with sidebars of quantum mechanics, and in Kyle’s inimitable style, the story follows federal agents, Alexis Grumman and Jeremy Wade track down a current day vigilante, whose fingerprints match those of a Korean War veteran. Sample the opening moments of this story to appreciated the author’s writing style: ‘ “Olan Chapman!” cried wife Ivy, “Slow down!” “I’m not speeding,” replied her husband, It’s this weather. Bad weather creates and illusion that telephone poles and other are flying by faster than they really are.” “Olan, that’s Bulls**t.” “Actually the objects are aren’t moving at all,” said Olan Chapman in slurred tongue, “It’s the car that’s moving.” “Thank you Albert Einstein.” Said Ivy Chapman. They fought verbally as they barreled through the driving snow, and weaved wildly between oncoming cars. A snowplow loomed form nowhere and the bony computer geek slid into the blurry shoulder to let the giant steel scraper pass by. Chapman cursed this early season storm and went on to say, “I really wasn’t ready to leave, Ivey…’ So much characterization is developed along with hints of phenomena to come provides a glimpse into the success of this novel.

    The author’s provided Preface provides the scope of plot – ‘Jesse Joe Jacks was born sometime during the snow blizzard of 1923. The Lower Elk County, game warden died from a lightning strike on July 23, 1959, while wearing a sheriff's star. Olan Chapman came to life in August of 1974 and found a computer career with a center city, electronics firm. Chapman drinks heavy and is haunted by flashbacks of an older sister, lost to an unsolved case of gang rape and murder. Jacks loved nature and lived to protect wildlife. He stood tall and fought to uphold justice. Jacks was also a crack shot with a firearm - any firearm. Chapman attends the theatre, plays piano and at one time led a march against the National Rifle Association. Both men have the same fingerprints.

    For those who hunger for science fiction/fact in a marriage that sheds life on the may we may all be viewing the universe, this is a fine if disturbing story. Here is a book that should join the list of new adventures in literature. Fascinating and instructive, the book is still highly entertaining.

  2. Page After Page Page After Page says:

    Kyle Keyes is undoubtedly a rising star of the scifi genre, and I’ve worked my way through his books in quick succession. Right now I think Quantum Roots is the best one I’ve read.

    Keyes writing is fast-paced and the science is compelling rather than bogging you down in needless minutiae. Also I love how characters resurface that I know from his previous books, but that doesn’t mean you would get less out of them by reading out of chronological order.

    Quantum Roots would make an epic scifi movie, so hopefully if his books end up getting the exposure I think they deserve one day I’ll get to see the work of one of my favourite new authors on the big screen.

  3. Basket of Books Basket of Books says:

    Quantum Roots by Kyle Keys was like no novel I have ever red. With skill full writing, the author has managed to merge two very different genres, to create a novel that is way more than the sum of its parts. With a plot mixing thriller and science fiction elements, Kyle has created a read that definitely keeps you guessing. After all, when time and space becomes something that can be manipulated, or bypassed altogether, the future and the past is uncertain. Hopefully, I tantalised you with just enough that you give this a read, as you certainly wont regret it.

    Even though Keyes reprises characters from previous novels in Quantum Roots, you don't need to have read these novels to keep up with the plot. You still gain a real knowledge and feeling for the characters, as character creation and development is a real strength of Keyes.

  4. My Nightstand My Nightstand says:

    If you have ever read some of the factual works of Stephen Hawking, the fiction of Kyle Keyes is likely to be right up your street. In the first in the Quantum Roots series of novels, you are thrown into a world when time is not a linear concept, two men living in different time and space can have the same fingerprints, and the past and the present are not mutually exclusive.

    Whilst an interest in quantum mechanics will certainly improve your enjoyment of this exciting and fast-paced novel, it isn't necessary as you aren't overwhelmed with the technical details. Kyle Keyes has created a great protagonist with his trouble vigilante Olan Chapman, and weaves him into a story that is full of action, mystery, and excitement. A must for fans of science fiction.

  5. Stephen R. Stephen R. says:

    In Quantum Roots, Kyle Keyes presents the reader with a fascinating mix of science-fiction and history. His trademark fast-paced writing style makes for an engaging read. His ability to create interesting and well-fleshed out characters only adds to the enjoyment of the novel.

    As you get deeper into the story, the book becomes increasingly difficult to put down and Keyes’ frenetic and high-energy prose pull you in and refuse to let go.

    Quantum Roots is the ideal read for those who have enjoyed Keyes’ other work as well as those who enjoy their science-fiction novels peppered with a little bit of intrigue and history. Quantum Leap is a novel that expertly plays with the idea of these two genres and it provides plenty of food for thought for the reader.

  6. Re:Views Re:Views says:

    A clever use of characters from two earlier books by Keyes as they return in the first instalment of the Quantum Roots series. This was an enjoyable read if a little difficult to classify. The styles are a mixture of mystery/thriller, with some sci-fi, and also a lot of humor in there too. I won’t try to explain any more, but if you’re after a read that is different from the tried and tested formula the bigger name authors stick so rigidly to then this could be the book for you.

  7. Jessica LeVault Jessica LeVault says:

    Quantum Roots is a fictional story about two men who look strikingly similar but are alive and the same age, 50 years apart. Are they twins or has the first man been reborn to continue his vigilante work? Read this very entertaining, descriptive story to find out all of the wild adventures to uncover the truth. Keyes is so descriptive that you feel like you are on a best friend basis with everyone and are right in the middle of the action. This is the perfect read for any teen or adult for anytime of the year, just don’t start it while you are at work.

  8. Valery Valery says:

    Quantum Roots by Kyle Keyes is another compelling book by this author. With a combination of science fiction and history, the author has created a unique theme, and one that makes you think. Using characters from two previous novels, here we have a vigilante whose fingerprints happen to match those of someone from the past, a Korean War veteran. With this mystery in place, Lt General Alexis Grumman the head of the federal department for para-normal activities, along with special agent, Jeremy Wade, must work together to solve the mystery. This is a great science fiction story, one infused with history, and the seemingly impossible. A winning combination for anyone who enjoys a disturbing story, and one that in time, may actually come true.

  9. Green Pastures Green Pastures says:

    I was drawn to the title of this book being a big 'Quantum Leap' fan, so the idea of time-travel already massively appeals. I found this first installment to be a really decent sci-fi story, packed with plenty of action. I was previously unfamiliar with the author, but this guy knows his stuff. It's clear he is educated in the field of physics and has researched his details well. Saying that, I didn't find the science aspects to be too involved or go over my head. The main characters of Jacks and Chapman are cleverly interwoven to bring forth a fascinating storyline that kept me wanting more.

  10. Library Love Library Love says:

    Jesse Joe Jacks dies by lightening strike in 1959 and Olan Chapman has a career in an electronics firm, yet both man share the same fingerprints. How can this be? With fingerprints being as unique a snowflakes, how can a living man have matching prints to a man long dead? In this novel we enter a world where time is not a linear thing, and the past can merge with the present. Although, the plot touches on some rather advanced quantum physics, it isn't too technical, or hard to follow. But, you will definitely be in for twists and turns, and a super exciting conclusion.

    This novel would make a great gift for the seasoned reader who is looking to add something a little different to his book shelf.

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