The Quantum Series, Books 1 - 3

Series: Quantum Series, Book 1-3
Length: 33 hrs and 50 mins
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Forget everything you know about reality. The quantum world doesn't play by those rules. 

Daniel Rice is a government science investigator whose specialty is solving seemingly intractable problems through scientific inquiry. 

But Daniel's intellectual strength is sorely tested by the bizarre realities he finds in the quantum world. Extra dimensions of space trap the unwary, probability replaces cause and effect, and time isn't what anyone imagined. The other side of the mirror is a place full of dangers, but it's also somewhere a dedicated scientist can uncover secrets that connect humans with something greater.

©2017, 2018, 2019 Douglas Phillips (P)2020 Tantor

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Pure Pleasure - a wonderfully entertaining read!

This is a rare - non dystopic - view of science and the future, Filled with adventure, suspense, brilliantly imaginative plots and much more - wow! great female characters with agency! Loved the characters (male an female) and each of the stories. Its very difficult to find Sci-Fi that doesn't present an awful future, this book does the best I've seen thusfar and it does it believably.
The author also does a very nice job of presenting his premisses at the end of each book and explaining what in the story is science and what is fiction (imaginative, creative, plausible!). This was an extra feature I enjoyed. Overall a very fun read - I recommend highly!

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Conceptual Sci Fi Lives.

No zombies, plagues, deathrays or explosions. Interesting ideas, good writing and narration. Worthwhile listen.

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i loved it

really well written, great story, accessible explanations of hard science, and is a near future sci fi that touches the far future. its fun, it makes you think, its not superficial or vapid, and runs a good balance between the fanciful and the potentials in fiction.

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Outstanding - lots of science

Yep this one has a ton of science along with good explanation of the possible. A worthy read. At times it gets a little bogged down in the science but when the explanations complete the story moves well into the future. Very good performance by the speakers/readers. Looking forward to more audible entries from this author and narrators.