Excessive Entanglement
Nick d'Arbeloff
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Praise for Excessive Entanglement d Arbeloff s Excessive Entanglement is a prophetic political thriller The book reads fast and furious I d suggest not picking it up unless you have an open evening Joe Mack, The Current Excessive Entanglement is a riveting and brilliant political thriller As a politician one, in fact, who does not always share the lead character sPraise for Excessive Entanglement d Arbeloff s Excessive Entanglement is a prophetic political thriller The book reads fast and furious I d suggest not picking it up unless you have an open evening Joe Mack, The Current Excessive Entanglement is a riveting and brilliant political thriller As a politician one, in fact, who does not always share the lead character s viewpoint I was fascinated by the story s juxtaposition of politics, space, religion and nature While we expect a thriller to keep us engaged, Entanglement goes further, forcing the reader to give thought to the technical and spiritual issues mankind would encounter if given the opportunity to perpetuate itself onto another planet Lamar Smith, US House of Representatives, Texas, 21st District Excessive Entanglement is a political thriller, a near future science fiction story, a to the point look at religion in politics, and a mystery How in the world does a first time author accomplish all four Beautifully, that s how Jennifer Turley, Mean Old Library Teacher Excessive Entanglement is a real old fashioned page turner with a very modern twist The succinct chapters, relentless forward motion, intriguing characters, and explosive, believable plot add up to a book that s nearly impossible to put down Christina Baker Kline, Author of Bird in Hand and The Way Life Should BeBook Summary President Virginia Belknap is one year into her second term when a NASA scientist discovers a new planet with an atmosphere similar to Earth Embracing the event, Belknap turns a one way mission to colonize this new world into her grand calling It is the early 2030s, and the mission seizes the worlds imagination But as Belknap starts to assemble international experts to plan the enterprise, religious conservativesled by Randall Reeserise up in indignation They see Belknaps plan as a blueprint for the Godless perpetuation of the human species As politics put the launch at risk, a darker conspiracy takes shape that threatens to obliterate the mission, and even the new planet itself Belknap, her own life in danger, is forced to battle Reese and expose the conspiracy before the launch window closes Excessive Entanglement creatively explores the political and constitutional issues presented by mankinds first opportunity to create a perfect planet from the ground up.
  • Title: Excessive Entanglement
  • Author: Nick d'Arbeloff
  • ISBN: 9781479352258
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback

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Jen Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
The first novel from Nick d'Arbeloff (not a YA writer) is awesome. I expected some generalized awkwardness, especially being a self-published piece, but there isn't any. I don't know who edited for him, but the two did an amazing job on this novel.It's a political thriller, a near-future science fiction story, a to-the-point look at religion in politics, and a mystery. How in the world does a first time author accomplish all 4? Beautifullyat's how.There's no one main character, but several and s [...]
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John Johnstone Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
Before selecting this book, I got quite excited by the synopsis and reviews I read, as scifi and West Wing politics are two of my favourites. Was I premature?, not a bit, this was a great book and met all my needs in one. This is a must for scifi fans that like political thrillers - Star Trek meets the White House.From the start I was hooked, the author Nick d'Arbeloff in his first novel has worked some real magic. The book is such an easy read and keeps you interested throughout. He has obvious [...]
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Heather Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
Cerulea - 27 light years distant - a fresh start. Imagine a multinational mission to colonize a new world in 2033 with all that is good about the human race, while leaving behind all that is bad. But by whose definition, whose standard? Nick d'Arbeloff presents an insightful and engaging look into the dynamics of politics versus religion under the banner of the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment's separation of church and state, the avoidance of excessive entanglements. His characters are stron [...]
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Nick d'Arbeloff Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
The book is a fast-paced political thriller which seeks to ask and answer a very specific question: if mankind was suddenly faced with an opportunity to shape a brand new civilization, how might we go about it? And equally important: Would our two warring political "tribes" even allow us to get to the launch pad?It's a big concept thriller that doesn't let the reader off the hook. If you like books that ask nothing of you, and you just go along for the ride, I'd say don't read it. If you like to [...]
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George Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
AN ALL TOO BELIEVABLE STORYCerulea - 27 light years distant - a fresh start. Imagine a multinational mission to colonize a new world in 2033 with all that is good about the human race, while leaving behind all that is bad. But by whose definition, whose standard? Nick d'Arbeloff presents an insightful and engaging look into the dynamics of politics versus religion under the banner of the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment's separation of church and state, the avoidance of excessive entanglement [...]
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Marlene Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
Excessive Entanglement is an ambitious story that delivers tense confrontations and high emotion. When an Earth-like planet is discovered, coupled with a breakthrough in FTL technology, the leaders of Earth's nations work together to send a colony representing the entire world.With crises taken from today's headlines, Nick d'Arbeloff paints a future world trapped in murderous conflict. The arguments are so real, there were times it made my stomach hurt. There are no easy answers given, and the e [...]
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Ann Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
This book really provokes a lot of thinking. When the inhabitants of earth get set to colonize a new planet, there are so many problems to discuss. What form of government, what role of technology, what about religion. People are dying that offer opinions. Should the world leaders accept private financing? A good read about the possible future of earth.
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Ellen Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
No spoilers here! I don't usually read this "style" of book, but, it kept my interest. I have never been much for politics, and after reading this understand certain "processes" even though it was set in the near future! Thank you for the interesting read Nick. Makes a person think of what will the future have in store for humanity!
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Bonny Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
If you like techno-science fiction and thrillers this is a great choice. I found it to be very timely, in fact rather painfully reflective of current political issues. The story is original and creative, and I found myself hungry for a sequel at the end.
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Lkai Jul 18, 2019 - 07:28 AM
This is a well thought out, well researched, well presented speculative fiction. There are a few editing issues (a missing word here and there) But overall, very engaging. Mr. d'Arbeloff argues very well on both sides of the secular/religious coin. Loved the ending.
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Excessive Entanglement By Nick d'Arbeloff Praise for Excessive Entanglement d Arbeloff s Excessive Entanglement is a prophetic political thriller The book reads fast and furious I d suggest not picking it up unless you have an open evening Joe Mack, The Current Excessive Entanglement is a riveting and brilliant political thriller As a politician one, in fact, who does not always share the lead character sPraise for Excessive Entanglement d Arbeloff s Excessive Entanglement is a prophetic political thriller The book reads fast and furious I d suggest not picking it up unless you have an open evening Joe Mack, The Current Excessive Entanglement is a riveting and brilliant political thriller As a politician one, in fact, who does not always share the lead character s viewpoint I was fascinated by the story s juxtaposition of politics, space, religion and nature While we expect a thriller to keep us engaged, Entanglement goes further, forcing the reader to give thought to the technical and spiritual issues mankind would encounter if given the opportunity to perpetuate itself onto another planet Lamar Smith, US House of Representatives, Texas, 21st District Excessive Entanglement is a political thriller, a near future science fiction story, a to the point look at religion in politics, and a mystery How in the world does a first time author accomplish all four Beautifully, that s how Jennifer Turley, Mean Old Library Teacher Excessive Entanglement is a real old fashioned page turner with a very modern twist The succinct chapters, relentless forward motion, intriguing characters, and explosive, believable plot add up to a book that s nearly impossible to put down Christina Baker Kline, Author of Bird in Hand and The Way Life Should BeBook Summary President Virginia Belknap is one year into her second term when a NASA scientist discovers a new planet with an atmosphere similar to Earth Embracing the event, Belknap turns a one way mission to colonize this new world into her grand calling It is the early 2030s, and the mission seizes the worlds imagination But as Belknap starts to assemble international experts to plan the enterprise, religious conservativesled by Randall Reeserise up in indignation They see Belknaps plan as a blueprint for the Godless perpetuation of the human species As politics put the launch at risk, a darker conspiracy takes shape that threatens to obliterate the mission, and even the new planet itself Belknap, her own life in danger, is forced to battle Reese and expose the conspiracy before the launch window closes Excessive Entanglement creatively explores the political and constitutional issues presented by mankinds first opportunity to create a perfect planet from the ground up.

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