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Entanglement (YA Dystopian Romance) [Kindle Edition]

Dan Rix
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (116 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Entanglement is a YA Dystopian Romance You Won’t Forget . . .

In a world like ours, humans are born in pairs. When a newborn boy takes his first breath in the coastal town of Tularosa, the exact time is noted, recorded in the Registry, and later compared to the birth times of other newborns around the globe. There will be one identical match—his half. They will meet on their eighteenth birthday and they will spend their lives together. Except this time, there is no match.

"I literally could not put this book down. I had to force myself to go to sleep."— Jaclyn Canada, JC’s Book Haven

Hotheaded heartthrob Aaron Harper is scheduled to meet his half in twenty-nine days, and he doesn’t buy a word of that entanglement crap. So what if he and his half were born the same day and share a spooky psychic connection? Big deal. After breaking one too many teenage girls’ hearts, he’ll stick to brawling with the douchebag rugby players any day.

Until the day a new girl arrives at school and threatens everything he takes for granted.

Cold and unapproachable, Amber Lilian hates the growing list of similarities between her and the one boy she can’t read, Aaron: born the same day, both stubborn, both terrified of meeting their halves. . . . All the more reason not to trust him. That she would rather die than surrender herself as her half’s property is none of his damn business. But once lost in Aaron’s dangerous, jet black eyes, she’s already surrendered more than she cares to admit.

Tangled in each other’s self-destructive lives, Aaron and Amber learn the secret behind their linked births and why they feel like halves—but unless they can prove it before they turn eighteen, Aaron faces a lifetime alone in a world where everyone else has a soulmate . . . and he’ll have to watch Amber give herself to a boy who intends to possess not only her body but also a chunk of her soul.

Entanglement combines young adult dystopian with a little science fiction, fantasy, and romance. If you enjoy books like The Hunger Games, Divergent, Matched, and Delirium, then you will devour this novel.

What Reviewers Are Saying About Entanglement:

"Entanglement is a completely engrossing story." —Alise, Readers in Wonderland

"While being full of action, the romance department did not lack in any way. In fact, it was riveting. I want an Aaron Harper of my own."—Dianne, Oops! I Read A Book Again

"I’d definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys young adult science fiction or sort of dystopian stories...it will be a breath of fresh air to fans of this genre."—Book Nympho

"If you enjoy Sci-Fi, Fantasy and YA thriller, you will enjoy Entanglement." —Beauty Brite: a little bit of everything

A Sneak Peak of Entanglement:

ONE
28 Days, 19 hours, 15 minutes

"Scar tissue," said the doctor, "here." She tapped the white lump on the MRI scan.

"Is that in my brain?" said Aaron.

"Just touching it, actually. Between the grey matter and the skull. Aaron, how long have you been having these headaches?"

"Since I was a kid. It’s gotten worse recently."

"Well, the good news is it’s not cancerous." The doctor stretched on a pair of latex gloves and probed the back of Aaron’s head with two fingers. "The pain is always here?"

"Yeah, like something tugging back there." Aaron Harper shifted, still jumpy from the MRI, and his sticky palms suctioned the paper off the exam table with an irritating crinkle. "What’s the bad news?"

"Pardon?"

"You said the good news is you don’t think it’s cancerous. What’s the bad news?"

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About the Author

Dan Rix lives in Santa Barbara, California with his girlfriend, Laura. He started writing his first novel in college while procrastinating his architecture studio work.

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  • File Size: 2068 KB
  • Print Length: 324 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A90PKCY
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
There are SPOILERS later on in this review.

In this book, every human is born at the same time as their other half. Being introduced too early can overload the clairvoyant channel that connects you, so there's now a government agency responsible for uniting two halves. On your 18th birthday, you meet, make a complete clairvoyant connection, and live happily ever after. Or at least, that's how it's supposed to work.
Aaron has scar tissue over the clairvoyant patch in his brain, and doctors warn him that his connection may never feel complete. Enter Amber & her boyfriend Clive, two 17yr olds who share Aaron's birthday. They are presumed halves, but what is up with this crazy connection between Amber & Aaron?
The story is a bit predictable, but it was compelling. I'm not the fastest reader, but I still managed to finish in under six hours. Since I had already guessed the ending, I really wanted to find out HOW.
The book is split between Aaron & Amber's POV, but it was not an even split. Amber had the most realistic thoughts and actions in the book, and I was really disappointed by how little of her we got to see.

This has the potential of a 5* book, but there were some drastic flaws. I rounded to 4 instead of 3 because I do think it's worth reading.

*****SPOILERS AHEAD*****

Things that irritated me:
1) Where are the adults? Seriously?
All of these kids are 17 and recognize that they drive like lunatics, but never get a single speeding ticket?
There's a fight at a hs rugby (nobody plays football anymore) game, but the security they're worried about avoiding never notices? Aaron gets sliced in the wrist and bleeds everywhere but doesn't need stitches, and his parents never notice the bloody bandage on his arm?
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great Sci-Fi with a bit too much romance though February 27, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
The idea and plot behind Entanglement was very intriguing. I read a chapter sample and was hooked instantly so I accepted the review pitch from the author immediately. I loved the idea that Aaron and Harper are different. One is hotheaded and the other is just angry at the world. I believed this is a recipe for denial, awkward situations, and just a great romance. Add in the whole entanglement idea and I just couldn't wait to start it.

Entanglement however, wasn't what the first chapter promised. I loved the first chapter, but from there, the characters and the plot became less interesting with the progression of the novel. I felt both characters fell in love way too fast and were a bit too Romeo and Juliet for my liking. I felt that with the introduction of the entanglement, and the whole world now accepting the proven idea that each person has literal soulmate, that we would dive deeper into the science of it and the originality. In the old days, people didn't know about the halves idea and they married whomever they loved, but nowadays it is predestined, from the moment you are born, your half is determined, and if, by any chance, that half dies, you will also end up as an empty shell or die soon.

What I found confusing is that, the halves theory was a discovery, not an invention, meaning it was always a part of our make-up.. how come in the old days they weren't affected by the halves and the connection they have with each other, but now it has become a life or death situation? that was my biggest issue with this novel.. i felt it was a bit inconsistent in the scientific ideas and also focused way too much on the forbidden love between both characters. I must say that I enjoyed the side characters more than the main ones, especially Aaron's friend.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Completely ludicrous story line. August 12, 2013
By Leia
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*Spoilers-The only reason I finished it is stamina. There was nothing to hold me to the story. Outrageous actions by the main characters, no "real life" consequences. It was all very ludicrous and made you want to shake the author and the characters. You can't just kill everyone who wrongs you. The whole human population doesn't thrive on mortal revenge. Even in an alternate dystopian reality. Unrelatable, predictable, boring
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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I've read a third of this so far and I'm not sure i want to continue. I truly do not like these characters and I could care less what happens to them. I'm not buying the romance between Aaron and Amber. She's cold; he's dumb, and everyone in this story is flat out disrespectful if not cruel and punishing. Who to cheer for? No one. Blech.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Interesting idea, bad execution August 16, 2013
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I was interested in the idea, but the way the author ran with it, with crazy events spinning off of each other haphazardly, made the story very unrealistic and unrelatable. The characters were not required to take responsibility for their actions and suffered injuries that would put anyone in the hospital, but they were apparently able to just shake them off. Although I'd say the book didn't get boring, it sorely lacked plot development.
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44 of 61 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars REALLY?! March 13, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
I cannot believe that this is fiction for young adults! So inappropriate even for me, and I'm 30! I didn't even make it past the first chapter. If you're looking for a wholesome read, this isn't the book for you. Lots of swearing, questionable content, and the book dropped the f-bomb before I even got to the 2nd chapter! I thought, "Wow! If this is just what the first few pages are like, I cringe to think what the rest of the book will be like!" I stopped reading right there. Hope this review helps someone looking for a GOOD book.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Awesome and intriguing.
Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
3.0 out of 5 stars Weird
This book was on the weird side for me. It wasn't the best book in the world, and not the worst either. At the end I not sure if the story is over or there will be a book two. Read more
Published 13 days ago by Kim Mauro
4.0 out of 5 stars Good story
I liked this story some parts of the story were a little confusing. Seems like there could be another book but does not end on a cliffhanger.
Published 18 days ago by Cerenity
4.0 out of 5 stars refreshingly New Concept
I really enjoyed this book and the new approach to futuristic romance. Lots of adventure and action too so it appeals to both genders. GreAt read
Published 1 month ago by Laura McDonald
4.0 out of 5 stars Entanglement
A good read for people who are in to the series recommend highly can't wait for the next one of the series a enjoyable read a lot of twist and turns but enjoyable
Published 3 months ago by Greg Dixon
3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting but.......2.5*
This was a first read for me from this author so I thought to give it a try. It was an interesting storyline but got pretty far out there to the realm of weird. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Bittersweet
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice quick read
I love the idea of soul mates. This book really plays with that and makes and idea that soul mates are one whole person together, and their connection starts from birth. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Shelby Murch
5.0 out of 5 stars Original!
I loved this book so much that the first time I read it, I was done within 36 hours. In fact, the first time I read it was June of 2013, now in April of 2014, I am reading it... Read more
Published 5 months ago by Debbie Kasperski/Browdy
5.0 out of 5 stars Exciting story
I really enjoyed this story. It held my interest all the way through. I look forward to more books from this author.
Published 5 months ago by Farklefonics
3.0 out of 5 stars Entanglement was quite a decent read.
I decided to read this because I'd just finished my review copy of Triton and I quite liked it. I'm not even sure when I got this and why. Read more
Published 6 months ago by Anna
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Dan Rix lives in Santa Barbara, California with his fiancée, paranormal romance author Laura Thalassa. He started writing his first novel in college while procrastinating his architecture studio work.

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