Quantum Cannibals by Nathan Elberg (Book Review #933)


Quantum Cannibals is a dystopian, time travel, science fiction story set from the Bronze age Mesopotamia to the post-Modern city-state. The content’s premise is about the protagonist being born repeatedly during different periods only to watch her return to the home she was once evicted from. This envisioned many cultures, mythologies, societies, and world-building, creating a beautiful story to read.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I particularly enjoyed reading about Osnat and her husband, Simon. They are banished refugees from the future in search of help. They then get captured by the Tunniq, who are a tribe. Simon is killed, and Osnat is adopted by Aarluk to watch Osnat grow hatred and revenge within her.

The tale is complicated and filled with many time travels, magic, afterlife elements that may confuse the reader. The characters are well described and truly liven up the story. If you like twisted tales, your going to like this one.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read history, sci-fi, and time travel storylines.  

Written by Jeyran Main

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