Entanglement is a quirky mystery with a sci-fi twist which reviews say "blends the wit of Douglas Adams with the sci-fi genius of Terry Pratchett" and "If you're a fan of Douglas Adams, Issac Asimov, Kurt Vonnegut or Haruki Murakami you'll definitely love this book too".
David's fiance worries when he drops out of contact. MI5 panics when a secret airbase vanishes. Liz doesn't understand when her research subjects go missing. Nigel is confused when he finds an ordinary house brick floating in thin air. And a woman spends her life shifting between parallel worlds. But how can all these things be connected? And why are cakes so important?
Entanglement is a warm, funny, and original tale about friendship, loss and coping when you're out of your depth which also invites readers to ask, "What if?" What if you hadn't answered that voicemail? And what if grass that never needs cutting wasn't being kept secret by the lawnmower companies?
Andrew J Thomas was born in Bristol, England and after writing as a hobby all his life, became a published novelist with 'Entanglement'. He's inspired by Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. His work is quirkily funny, with characters you'd enjoy a drink with, and events just strange enough to be believable. He started writing 'Entanglement' in March 2018, shared the first version with friends that October, with professional editors four months later and completed it in August 2019. During that time though, his mother had a major stroke, and his focus expanded to include giving her a copy while there was still time. Happily, he succeeded and 'Entanglement' was published on 10 September 2019. He's currently writing its sequel, 'Transference'. He's written two other novels and seventeen short stories (as yet unpublished) and lives in a thatched cottage in the heart of England.