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Quantum Radio

AG Riddle

At CERN, a scientist has just made an incredible discovery – a breakthrough that may answer the deepest questions about human existence. But what he's found is far more dangerous than he ever imagined. Dr. Tyson Klein is a quantum physicist who has dedicated his entire life to his research. At CERN, he analyses data generated by the Large Hadron Collider, the world's biggest and most powerful particle accelerator. Now, Ty believes he's found a pattern in its output. It looks like an organised data stream, being broadcast over what he calls a quantum radio. Could it be a signal from another universe? A message sent from the future? Or something else entirely? As Ty peels back the layers of his discovery, he learns that what he's found isn't what he thought it was. The encoded message is far more profound. It may alter our understanding of human existence and the universe. But Ty is not the only one looking for it. Someone has been following his research for a long time. And they'll do anything to prevent him from unravelling what is being broadcast by the quantum radio... Because the first one to discover the truth may well control the future.

Quantum Radio is the latest book from AG Riddle. As always from the author the story is well worked sci-fi. I loved his last book, 'Lost in Time' and was lucky to be given an eARC copy from Netgallery to review. Would I find it as good as the last one?

Quantum Radio bursts straight into life with the chief protagonist fleeing for his life after he reveals an astonishing discovery, the book never really stops with the action. Characters are very well drawn, each having their own unique qualities which make the story flow. There's not a dull moment in the book. Across two versions of the same universe, they seek to stop the efforts of a shadowy organization.

There's a lot to love in the story. I see essences of Gregory Benford's 'Timescape', as well as Stargate One in this original story. All of it is good and it doesn't feel a rip off of either. It's a good solid sci-fi read from an author I'm beginning to appreciate as a master in his field. All this and the fact that the characters will return in a series that promises so much. I'm looking forward to reading them.

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AJ Steel
March 24, 2023

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