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    Free Ebook Here There – sinsenos3.us Joshua V. Scher  2 Download Download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free  Joshua V. Scher Ok I got this book through the Kindle First program My views are solely my ownI see that 2 people have given it 1 star because they couldn't get into it I feel that's a shame because while it does throw you into the deep end the payoff is big I hope those reviews don't put you off in case you're looking at Goodreads before you decide to read it This is experimental fiction it says that from the start and boy is it different than

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    Free Ebook Here There – sinsenos3.us A SIMPLE MAN'S REVIEWThis first thing you need to know is this book is written in the style of person A commenting on person B's research into person C's life Similar to House of Leaves but executed better This book is fantastic It will grab you from the start and you'll find it tough to put it down because you are trying to put the pieces together as person A discovers new information from person B's notes You will comp

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    Free Ebook Here There – sinsenos3.us Download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free  Joshua V. Scher This book was truly an enjoyable and witty ride55 It has been accused of being difficult to read which is not necessarily true I CAN see how the typical person might not enjoy the book because of it's atypical storytelling style above baseline vocabulary and both the reality based uantum physics and the experimental fiction elements It happens that these are the exact things I find charming about the book Le

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    Free read Here There Joshua V. Scher  2 Download Free Ebook Here There – sinsenos3.us There's nothing uite like the sweet anticipation of climbing into a warm bed on a cool fall night and reaching for a good book Ahhh to delve into a tome that so fascinates is so compelling so well written a story you just lose yourself in filled with characters you absolutely love or love to hate absolutely a story that

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Riding Class (Saddle Club, kE layer is his mom s report a psychological profile of the scientist and his wife Those three layers alone can be confusing because they are all written in first person I personally always got annoyed when Danny interjected by writing footnotes on his mom s report That was the least believable layer of narration to be honest I just didn t find it credible as a letter to his author friend The weird details about his own life the writing style just not believable at all Danny believes this report cost his mom her life and that the secret government agency is after him as well and he s running for his life yet he takes the time to transcribe word for word a conversation with his best friend in a bar when they tell an incredibly and obviously fake story about being wildland firefighters just to pick up a girl So dumb Much less believable then the teleportation storyline so that s saying somethingAnyways his mom s report about the scientist is actually very interesting as she tries to uncover what happened to him and his family during his experiments How she puts the pieces together is sometimes eyeroll inducing Most of it is okay interviews surveillance tapes secret monitoring devices from the government diary entries fine fine The part that gets to me his his wife s writings Apparently the scientists s wife Eve was an aspiring writer She wrote some fiction which conveniently word for word descriptions of secret conversations pillow talk really between her and her husband about his work But since she changed their names it s fiction And thus the government agency that tried to cover their tracks didn t destroy these pieces of fiction And it s so ridiculously convenient Why would she even write those and try to publish them as short stories What market is there for a short story about a husband and wife talking about euations and then going to bed How is that a stand alone story AnywaysExperimental fiction I liked the premise this book is just a published version of the contents of a hidden briefcase containing all that s left of government secrets Most of the narrative layers I enjoyed except Danny s stupid letter and the even stupider fictional short stories and the mysteryept me coming back Some of the twists I saw coming but some I didn t and they surprised me The ending made me annoyed than anything but as a whole the book Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club, kept me really interested I d recommend reading this uickly in just a few sittings I didn t and that made it harder toeep track of which narrative layer I was in and easier to forget important details So read it uickly Immersive Erudite Conspiracy Involving Bleeding Edge Physics Philosophy Cryptography BreathroughsI loved this book Scher has now become a preferred author of mine and Here There moves into my ten favorite books of all time With its uniue format its slow reveal of reality versus perception and its deft handling of detailed subjects this book is a masterpiece From the time I read the first document until the explosive ending it was a fully immersive experience over two full days When I came up for air I was feeling triumphant at solving the puzzles and mysteries in the book alongside the characters Information is recast in a new light after reading the end of the book What a wonderful experienceA book that contains information on uantum Physics uantum Computing uantum Cryptography Ancient and Modern Philosophy and Nanotechnology integral to understanding the story seems like a highly literate geek s dream of a book While that is true this story is not beyond any critical thinking person s reach Scher s treatment of these subjects is deftly woven into the story highlighting the ramifications of select bits of each area of study so the reader is spoon fed each new tidbit along with the reasons why each one is important for the goal invention of teleportation technology Some will find this objectionable as the subject of uantum "Physics Can Be Deeply "can be deeply and some won t attempt to apply the necessary thinking throughout the book For me the discussions of the definition of reality when applied to the physics components made the book an extraordinarily deep and rich examination of a scientific and philosophical innovation that has extreme ramifications to our continued global existence in effect recasting our world into something new that we would not recognizeScher shows genius in his ability to create a conspiracy centered around a scientist developing his breakthrough technology his family his handlers and their competitors By starting with a catastrophic *Event And Then Framing The *and then framing the as an investigation by successive people that are integrated into a set of documents that slowly open the lives actions and intentions of the people involved he has plotted a wheels within wheels infrastructure where the story arcs swirl inside and around each other Was the experiment that ended in catastrophic failure simply flawed or was it a case of sabotage or something else entirely These are the uestions that drive the uest for enlightenment that occurs as you read each document with accompanying footnotes Some of the discoveries you find are subtle but others are epiphanies when information becomes a pattern that holds significant meaning for the uest Each video transcript each redacted document each journal entry holds a ey to meaning for the uest Some are not immediately obvious but hold on because Scher has not only written a meaningful uest but has intricately plotted each reveal staging the rate of discovery like a blooming flower slowly opening the petals to reveal a greater beauty with each second until the flower is in full bloom A glorious beauty fully open and revealed It is a work of artThis is at the basest level the story of a scientist inventing teleportation a son chasing his missing mother people attempting to solve the catastrophe uestion people hiding from government oppression a love story as well as the story of a family in crisis and the conspiracies that surround them all It is all these things and so much It is also an examination of how the US Government deals with bleeding *edge technologies and their inventors during the process of creation and *technologies and their inventors during the process of creation and people who discover the government s secretsBottom Line If you enjoy intricately plotted masterfully written stories that make you use your brain and you enjoy learning then this is a perfect book for you Don t be intimidated by the physics or the format the author simplifies things significantly The joy of discovery and subjects for subseuent thought inherent in this story make it time well spent 5 starsHighly Recommended. E the fabric of reality and hold his family together Exposed with little chance of finding his mother Danny goes underground to investigate But nothing can prepare him for what he discoversIn this thrilling saga a paradigm shattering feat may alter humanity’s future as uantum entanglement and teleportation collide.

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Here ThereThere s nothing uite like the sweet anticipation of climbing into a warm bed on a cool fall night and reaching for a good book Ahhh to delve into a tome that so fascinates is so compelling so well written a story you just lose yourself in filled with characters you absolutely love or love to hate absolutely a story that draws you in such that you actually feel you are right there in the plot this is what I look for in a novel Unfortunately this book is not that However if you groove on uantum physics and impossibly long passages chock full of complex scientific and pseudo scientific terminology and complete confusion as to which of the cast of characters is relating the story at any given time then this may be the book for you If you dig lengthy dialog about uark Resonators or Boson Cannons or Pion Beams then this could be right up your literary alley Oh and don t forget the Entanglement Channel This story you may have guessed is about experiments in teleportation and the scientists who attempt to perform them Oh but wait there s It s also got some romantic scenes wherein the chief scientist Dr Reider is in bed with his beautiful French wife Eve or is it Elle He is writing formulas and euations all over her thighs while he expounds on his theories about transmogrification If that doesn t put you into a state of euphoria and heightened arousal I just cannot imagine whyNeedless to say I did not like this book But perhaps I m not being fair Because I did not finish it Could not finish it Will not finish it There are far too many great reads waiting to be discovered and too little time But hey there are all inds of people in this world and obviously all Short Stories by Roald Dahl kinds of literature to appeal to them If you absolutely love this book I won t judge But if you hate it don t blame me Sometimes a good book is a light and easy walk through the woods I m thinking of books like A Confederacy of Dunces or To Kill a Mockingbird For those books as long as the reader shows up they can t help but have a great time without considerable effortOther books are like a long and difficult hike up a steep mountain You have to work for every inch you go but once you reach the top you have the extreme satisfaction that accompanies hard work I m thinking of books like Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell and Moby DickHere There belongs in the latter category I say this only as a warning to the reader You have to be in a very specific mood with a great deal of time on your hands to read this book but if you do all the way to the end I guarantee you will feel satisfied and accomplishedOn it s face it s a straight forward sci fi set up A brilliant scientist attempts a large scale experiment involving teleportation It appears that the result was a spectacular failureor was it What follows is an investigation within an investigation within an investigation within a book There are faux footnotes and faux sources There are tangents which don t seem to go anywhere There are revelations which shocked me because of how slow the boil was I felt like the frog in hot water where the temperature is slowly turned up By the time I realized what was happening it was too lateI enjoyed this immensely but don t go into this work lightly Scher certainly put in his leg work in writing it I suggest you do the same A great deal of minutiae about nothing terribly interestingThis book is to fiction what reality reel movies are to cinema Younow those flicks from supposedly lost footage Perhaps that is what he had in mindI didn t get too far because I hated the gimmicky approach This is also a pretentious endeavor where the author seems determined to demonstrate his intellect I would prefer a demonstration of character development in a workable plotI concede that I am primarily a nonfiction reader Fiction has to be extraordinary for me to like it I am a harsh critic Only halfway through but giving it five stars already because it makes me so angry that the only other reviews gave it one I ll tell you who this book is not for It *Is Not For People Who Have Lost *not for people who have lost sense of curiosity and joy of learning It is not for people who need a linear plot and characters that can be condensed into a couple paragraphs But if you enjoy learning about physics philosophy psychology mathematics relationships or child development if you enjoy intellectual digressions and if you don t mind the structure basically a story within notes and footnotes and descriptions then I highly recommend it This book was truly an enjoyable and witty ride55 It has been accused of being difficult to read which is not necessarily true I CAN see how the typical person might not enjoy the book because of it s atypical storytelling style above baseline vocabulary and both the reality based uantum physics and the experimental fiction elements It happens that these are the exact things I find charming about the book Let s begin with the way the story is presented to the reader Essentially if you strip the story down it is about the controversial disappearance of the scientist Reider and his family This story is built using several different media including but not limited to videoaudio recordings at his home video recordings of in lab experiments interviews with relevant people diary entries etc But the details don t stop there it just so happens all of this information is organized by none other than a criminal psychologist aka the main narrator s mother The benefit here is she provides valuable insight and comments into the events and thoughts surrounding the Reider family On top of all of this the narrator who is looking into his mother s disappearance and stumbled upon her Reider File essentially what Here There is also provides additional comments and expands the storyline a bit further Now several people have argued that the storytelling is hard to eep track of I disagree the material is presented for the most part in an order that is easy to follow Obviously there are several twists that don t come to light until much later on but that s what makes it a fantastic mystery If you can t handle that then you simply and understandably don t like mysteries Most of the book is setting up the plot in a way That Keeps You Interested keeps you interested leaves plenty of room for some insane but perfectly fit twists I personally thought the book was incredibly easy to follow CONSIDERING its a mystery and the style of storytelling The next element is the use of words beyond the typical everyday vocabulary This one is pretty simple I don t have a vocabulary worth bragging about Scher does I like that I also read books on my indle so it is as simple. It was supposed to be a simple proof of concept The physics were sound Over one hundred teleportation experiments had already been successfully performedDebate rages over whether the Reidier Test’s disastrous outcome resulted from human error government conspiracy or sabotage No one has actual nowledge of the tru. As pressing on the word to get a uick definition so I believe I had the benefit of expanding my vocabulary a bit One review argued that he was flexing his vocabulary muscles I have no problem with that It flowed fine to me didn t take away from the plot and I love to learnFinally being that the book is a science fiction thriller it includes some technical language I was in a STEM major in college and have a casual interest in space relativity and the works so I loved the over my head uantum science Most of it is adeuately explained but honestly we aren t meant to understand a good portion of it That s what makes Reider s work so impressive and interesting and helps us to understand what the narrator is feeling as well For some the uantum physics speak may seem too heavy but I believe we understand just enough so that teleportation seems possible even though the actual science doesn t uite exist as far as I am aware Overall I thought it was great There was a splendid mix of science mystery and character development The way we come to intimately now Reider and his family especially considering we are nearly 3 sources separated different media psychologist mother s commentary narrator us is incredibly well done That s not to forget we even really get to Socialist Realism know the witty narrator and his own story branch as he deals with all of the information I can certainly appreciate the subtle and tastefully splashed romance in the book The book had me feeling breathless at the end five out of five stars from me A SIMPLE MAN S REVIEWThis first thing you need tonow is this book is written in the style of person A commenting on person B s research into person C s life Similar to House of Leaves but executed better This book is fantastic It will grab you from the start and you ll find it tough to put it down because you are trying to put the pieces together as person A discovers new information from person B s notes You will completely get wrapped up in person C s life and begin to understand the decisions they make There were a few times when I I Look Up To... Michelle Obama knew some of the secrets before the reveal and I m unsure if it s because I watchread A LOT of Sci Fi or if the author intentionally dropped clues But here s the thing it didn t matter The story was compelling and the last notebook found put everything into a different light anyway Inew the gist but not the whole storyAnd then there s the appendix You ll have to read it to understandAbout the footnotes I read the book uickly skipping the footnotes and then skimming them after I finished Many of them are unimportant some of them are translations for Eve s French but a few actually explain the actions of the characters at that moment Since I had read the book in only a few days I was still able to put the footnotes into their context It will probably be a huge pain to go back and forth for each footnote but it might add something to the storyI would definitely read this book It was one of the free ones through Prime but now that I now how good this book is I would gladly pay Ok I got this book through the Kindle First program My views are solely my ownI see that 2 people have given it 1 star because they couldn t get into it I feel that s a shame because while it does throw you into the deep end the payoff is big I hope those reviews don t put you off in case you re looking at Goodreads before you decide to read it This is experimental fiction it says that from the start and boy is it different than most other books You have to fit the pieces together yourself which I guess if you just want an easy read you re gonna give it up because that s too much work I stuck with it and I am so glad I did because the overarching story is intriguing The footnotes and sidebars and everything else just adds to the whole ambiance of reading the book The level of paranoia exhibited by some of the characters is easy to laugh off at first but then I found myself not being able to read this book at night because I was getting scared about being alone in my apartment Make sure you read the footnotes and the endnotes and everything else they really enrich the experience That endnotes and everything else they really enrich the experience That actually why I took this down a star I feel like the ebook format actual did this book a slight disservice There should have been a physical copy of this so you could lift flaps up etc In a way this book reminds me of Pale Fire by Nabokov What is the true narrative Is this just the ramblings of a psychotic person Is this really a censored report published as a book Can we trust the report s author the narrator and the actual author I still don t now but the whole concept is rather clever I get it Reider wears a tweed sports coat and the machinery powers up and off why do I have to read this a bajillion times The author is trying way too hard all the scientific references footnotes literary uotes stories within stories book within a book etc I wanted to only read about The Reiderer Test not all that other stuff *which only made me confused and felt like I drank all that absinthe that the *only made me confused and felt like I drank all that absinthe that the did This is really 25 I think I got this book through s Kindle First program so it was free I try to use this program to read books and genres I might not otherwise read since they re free and all This was categorized as experimental fiction It was definitely an experiment and I don t think the results are fully in I m still trying to interpret the dataOn the plus side there s a lot of science fiction stuff about uantum physics Ever since I read the Einstein biography which I totally recommend Einstein His Life and Universe and I read how Einstein described uantum mechanics as spooky action at a distance I ve been intrigued by this stuff I ll freely admit however that I don t really get it Anyways the science of this story is teleportation by uantum entanglementThe structure of this story is a briefcase As in a dude finds his mom s hidden briefcase his mom went missing two years ago and by the way was a sci fi version of a criminal psychologist and in the briefcase is a rough draft of a report she was writing transcripts of audio recordings newspaper clippings photocopies of diary excerpt and short stories The dude Danny wrote a letter to the author Joshua Scher and then sent him the contents of the briefcase with his own footnotes now added to the contents So the first narrative layer is the author himself saying that this book is simply what his friend Danny sent him The second narrative layer is Danny s letter to the author explaining his mom s job researching a scientist and his wife and the incident that happened to their family The third narrativ. Th But hidden from the public eye there exists a government report commissioned from criminal psychologist Dr Hilary Kahn chronicling the events that took placeDr Kahn disappeared without a traceNow her son Danny has unearthed and revealed the report fueling controversy over the details of Reidier’s uest to reforg. ,

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