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In this sequel to Quantum Roots, the meekish Olan Chapman faces danger as vigilante Samuel Leroy McCoy, a US deputy marshal who upheld law and order in 1876, Dodge City. The metamorphous holds an eerie transformation, cloaked with rolling sagebrush and horse whinnies from yesteryear, which causes DPA Director, Alexis Grumman to rethink the validity of worm holes. "Creation In this sequel to Quantum Roots, the meekish Olan Chapman faces danger as vigilante Samuel Leroy McCoy, a US deputy marshal who upheld law and order in 1876, Dodge City. The metamorphous holds an eerie transformation, cloaked with rolling sagebrush and horse whinnies from yesteryear, which causes DPA Director, Alexis Grumman to rethink the validity of worm holes. "Creation is a worm hole," replies Dr Norman Daly, "Atoms require hadrons to form a nucleus, and each hadron comes through it's own worm hole. Two quarks form the bi-dimensional plane needed to support the hole. The remaining quark squeezes through this hole, after which the first two quarks follow to shape the hadron to a given genetic, configuration. The hole then closes to divide time from timeless." The gunfighter is wanted for multiple killings, a consequence that keeps the slender computer wizard on the run from authorities - and domineering wife, Ivy Chapman. As in Quantum Roots, aka The Vigilante Sightings, Quantum Roots II is based on mounting evidence that people form from recycled energy.


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In this sequel to Quantum Roots, the meekish Olan Chapman faces danger as vigilante Samuel Leroy McCoy, a US deputy marshal who upheld law and order in 1876, Dodge City. The metamorphous holds an eerie transformation, cloaked with rolling sagebrush and horse whinnies from yesteryear, which causes DPA Director, Alexis Grumman to rethink the validity of worm holes. "Creation In this sequel to Quantum Roots, the meekish Olan Chapman faces danger as vigilante Samuel Leroy McCoy, a US deputy marshal who upheld law and order in 1876, Dodge City. The metamorphous holds an eerie transformation, cloaked with rolling sagebrush and horse whinnies from yesteryear, which causes DPA Director, Alexis Grumman to rethink the validity of worm holes. "Creation is a worm hole," replies Dr Norman Daly, "Atoms require hadrons to form a nucleus, and each hadron comes through it's own worm hole. Two quarks form the bi-dimensional plane needed to support the hole. The remaining quark squeezes through this hole, after which the first two quarks follow to shape the hadron to a given genetic, configuration. The hole then closes to divide time from timeless." The gunfighter is wanted for multiple killings, a consequence that keeps the slender computer wizard on the run from authorities - and domineering wife, Ivy Chapman. As in Quantum Roots, aka The Vigilante Sightings, Quantum Roots II is based on mounting evidence that people form from recycled energy.

30 review for Quantum Roots II: Worm Holes

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rabid Reads

    This book is the sequel to Quantum Roots but it can be read and understood without reading the first novel. In this story, a segment of the FBI called the Department of Paranormal Activity is called upon to investigate a number of strange vigilante killings. The killer always shows up at exactly the time a crime is being committed and ends the crime with a shot to the head for each criminal. Just as quickly as this mysterious vigilante appears, he is gone without a trace, hence the reason the This book is the sequel to Quantum Roots but it can be read and understood without reading the first novel. In this story, a segment of the FBI called the Department of Paranormal Activity is called upon to investigate a number of strange vigilante killings. The killer always shows up at exactly the time a crime is being committed and ends the crime with a shot to the head for each criminal. Just as quickly as this mysterious vigilante appears, he is gone without a trace, hence the reason the paranormal crew is called in to help. This book starts with a particularly disturbing scene with an attempted rape and then brutal killings. This is not the last time the reader will encounter violence of this book so be prepared for some brutality. The writing is easily digestible and not difficult to follow despite the sci-fi aspect and the theories on time and creation. I love anything having to do with wormholes and/or the nature of time and existence. This book will definitely get you thinking, or at least it did me. Despite the somewhat simple nature of the writing, the characters and storyline details are well-developed. I loved the dynamics between Alexis and Jeremy. So funny and entertaining! I could definitely see this type of relationship in real life! In all this book was interesting, unique, creative, easy to read, somewhat violent but highly entertaining. This is some good light sci-fi for those who enjoy the genre!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Page After Page

    The last book I read before this was the first Quantum Roots novel, and at the time I said it was the best scifi book Id read in quite a while. Well now Ive read the second instalment and this one is even better. Some series books you feel could have been whittled down and made a decent single novel rather than drawing everything out way too far, but Keyes has something special here and theres as much vital content in book 2 as there was in the first. The science gets a bit deeper this time, but The last book I read before this was the first Quantum Roots novel, and at the time I said it was the best scifi book I’d read in quite a while. Well now I’ve read the second instalment and this one is even better. Some series books you feel could have been whittled down and made a decent single novel rather than drawing everything out way too far, but Keyes has something special here and there’s as much vital content in book 2 as there was in the first. The science gets a bit deeper this time, but as we’ve had a build from the first novel it doesn’t get too overwhelming. Plus despite so much content in here it’s still a pretty fast read. I’m had some scifi books that I’ve needed to put down regularly as there was so much to take in, but I found myself cruising through this at a rate of knots. Another classic from Keyes, 5 stars.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stephen R.

    This book is a sci-fi novel thats also a sequel to Quantum Roots, but you dont necessarily have to read them in that order to enjoy them. I have read both books and I actually find the second installment of the series (maybe theres also going to be a third book, who knows?) better. The book is written in pretty simple language, which means you dont have to concentrate too much to grasp the plotline and all the details. I enjoyed this because I mostly read before bed after a long day working and This book is a sci-fi novel that’s also a sequel to “Quantum Roots,” but you don’t necessarily have to read them in that order to enjoy them. I have read both books and I actually find the second installment of the series (maybe there’s also going to be a third book, who knows?) better. The book is written in pretty simple language, which means you don’t have to concentrate too much to grasp the plotline and all the details. I enjoyed this because I mostly read before bed after a long day working and I don’t really want to strain my brain any more than I have to. I didn’t find the characters very relatable, but that’s okay because they’re interesting to follow and very funny at times. Also, I wish there were fewer descriptions of violence, but that’s just me. Overall, “Quantum Roots II” is a good sci-fi novel that will keep you on your toes until the very end.

  4. 5 out of 5

    My Nightstand

    Get ready for the second mind-bending instalment of the Quantum Roots series of novels by Kyle Keyes. Perhaps a step up from the first novel, with further character development particularly with vigilante Olan Chapman and the hilarious Federal Agents Alexis Gunman and Jeremy Wade that are perhaps not so hot on his tail. Expect plenty more action, jumps through time and space, some pretty hardcore violence, and humour to balance it out. Again Kyle has written a well-paced novel, with twists and Get ready for the second mind-bending instalment of the Quantum Roots series of novels by Kyle Keyes. Perhaps a step up from the first novel, with further character development – particularly with vigilante Olan Chapman and the hilarious Federal Agents Alexis Gunman and Jeremy Wade that are perhaps not so hot on his tail. Expect plenty more action, jumps through time and space, some pretty hardcore violence, and humour to balance it out. Again Kyle has written a well-paced novel, with twists and turns that you just don't see coming – it's pretty hard to know what is going to happen next when you're jumping through time. Being on Quantum Roots three, I hope it is super inventive as the first two in the series.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nose In A Book

    Its been a while since I read scifi but this is a pretty great read. The theories included in the plot sound plausible, obviously Im no scientist but they hold up well for the purpose of the book and didnt get overly technical. Everything moves along at a good pace and the characters are believable, interesting, and also have depth to them. Ill possibly go back and read the first book now I think, and also maybe more releases in the future. It’s been a while since I read scifi but this is a pretty great read. The theories included in the plot sound plausible, obviously I’m no scientist but they hold up well for the purpose of the book and didn’t get overly technical. Everything moves along at a good pace and the characters are believable, interesting, and also have depth to them. I’ll possibly go back and read the first book now I think, and also maybe more releases in the future.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kickass Reads

    I have three words for this story: simple, funny, and (or but) violent. I thought it was simple because the writing equates to that of high school level which for me makes the book easy to read all in one or two days. It makes the storyline easy to grasp and at times, well, the word here is simple so if you like books of that caliber then this book is for you. Just a simple plotline for you to get familiarized with it, the federal bureau of investigation are puzzled over a series of reports that I have three words for this story: simple, funny, and (or but) violent. I thought it was simple because the writing equates to that of high school level which for me makes the book easy to read all in one or two days. It makes the storyline easy to grasp and at times, well, the word here is simple so if you like books of that caliber then this book is for you. Just a simple plotline for you to get familiarized with it, the federal bureau of investigation are puzzled over a series of reports that someone, a vigilante is out there in the nation murdering/killing bad guys by way of a shot to their heads. The vigilante always appears on the scene of something sinister brewed by these bad guys and he takes them all down with bullets and the way he does it is so skillful that it makes him and his attire seem from a much earlier period in America than the current fashion sense. This book was also funny because of the way the characters, mainly federal agents Alexis Grumman and her boy-toy/co-worker Jeremy Wade who are appointed by the FBI to investigate this vigilante, talk to each other. I don’t know, I just felt that Alexis reminds me of those slick and controlling queen bees you see on television when she “orders” Jeremy around as if he was a little kid and then I find out that she’s sleeping with him….I laughed out loud at their exchanges throughout the book they are all so hilarious. And finally, this book is violent. I would say, medium violent but the way the bullets seem to go to an ear and out the other made me shiver uncomfortably inside as I thought about such a thing. Guns make me squirm, period. I would never go near one if it was around. I don’t know, I don’t have the guts and the bravado to handle one. Yes, this book is recreational for those of you who enjoy a good book with masculine and sci-fi elements. I do have to say that this book was a fun read for me, hence is why I give it 4 stars because it was a first of its kind for me and it tickled my funny bone, haha. It’s kind of unfortunate though that this is the second book and that the first book I didn’t read in order for me to see if there are characters that are recurring or if there are things about this installment that are explained by the first book. Through it all, I think this book does stand on its own as there aren’t any flashbacks or what to stuff from the first book since the author does not let his or her characters reminisce or talk about past events. In my understanding, this book is not a continuation of the plot of the first book so there’s that. I hope you give this book a chance because of the three aspects of it that I listed above. It’s simple, it’s funny, and it’s violent. There are, I repeat, paranormal and science fiction elements about it that makes it one of a kind and something you haven’t read before. It features a scooter that flies which is another of its elements that made me giggle out loud. I mean, visualizing it is a laugh due to the fact that it is used by a federal agent to navigate to his assignment and back, lol. So as a last word of recommendation, if you like things that are futuristic, things that are paranormal in nature, and a good plotline that involves quirky characters, then I recommend this book to you. Get it for yourself or your dad this Christmas. It’s a great read for snowy days. Yes!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Profundito

    If enthralling science fiction with in-depth knowledge and quantifiable details, this is a series to behold. The content exploration and explanations are one legendary depiction. Deep and engulfing technology, written for a sci-fi fan, I couldnt put it down. If you havent got the first installation by the author Kyle Keyes, you will want to. Grab the first, then the second, and the connections will be streaming perfectly. Thrilling twists, great historical references, and a well-written shuttle If enthralling science fiction with in-depth knowledge and quantifiable details, this is a series to behold. The content exploration and explanations are one legendary depiction. Deep and engulfing technology, written for a sci-fi fan, I couldn’t put it down. If you haven’t got the first installation by the author Kyle Keyes, you will want to. Grab the first, then the second, and the connections will be streaming perfectly. Thrilling twists, great historical references, and a well-written shuttle of a ride. Read the first Quantum Roots, and this second installment will be a perfect step forward, well, rather backward.

  8. 4 out of 5

    8th Day Reads

    Quantum by name, and very much quantum by nature. This is a fascinating sci-fi read with some mind-bending properties as the plot gets underway and the action hots up. I may not be the biggest reader of the science-fiction genre, but when I do find a pretty great book from there I really do enjoy it. I enjoyed the character of Olan, and to me feels strong enough that he could be used to make Quantum Roots into a long series of novels.

  9. 5 out of 5

    My World of Reviews

    I didnt have the pleasure of reading the first book, but I certainly will now. I love science, science fiction, and the theory behind this book. The wormhole as time travel is an idea that is a bit played in most mediums, including novel, but Keyes did a great job of keeping me engaged despite that. The plot is pretty solid, though I think I missed a few things because I havent yet read the first book. I think this is where I failed to really connect with Olan, but the character seemed solid and I didn’t have the pleasure of reading the first book, but I certainly will now. I love science, science fiction, and the theory behind this book. The wormhole as time travel is an idea that is a bit played in most mediums, including novel, but Keyes did a great job of keeping me engaged despite that. The plot is pretty solid, though I think I missed a few things because I haven’t yet read the first book. I think this is where I failed to really connect with Olan, but the character seemed solid and well-thought out. The story and writing are strong enough that I’m definitely doing to have to revisit this book after reading the first, I just can’t help but feeling like there were little things I missed. The author is definitely someone I would continue to follow and read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    Present-day America is being menaced by a vigilante who looks like he just stepped out of a Western movie. Whenever someone is in trouble, whether it is an attempted rape, or someone getting beat up in a bar, he is there, with the black hat, the tin badge, and being a crack shot. He says his name is Leroy McCoy (a real person who lived in 1870's Dodge City). Could he be traveling by wormhole, to exactly the right place, or is the explanation much more down-to-earth? The feds are hot on his trail. Present-day America is being menaced by a vigilante who looks like he just stepped out of a Western movie. Whenever someone is in trouble, whether it is an attempted rape, or someone getting beat up in a bar, he is there, with the black hat, the tin badge, and being a crack shot. He says his name is Leroy McCoy (a real person who lived in 1870's Dodge City). Could he be traveling by wormhole, to exactly the right place, or is the explanation much more down-to-earth? The feds are hot on his trail. Alexis Grumman, head of the Department of Paranormal Affairs, and fellow agent (and boy-toy) Jeremy Wade are always one step behind. Can they stop him? This one is really good, and pretty easy to understand. It's got some science fiction, some paranormal, some humor and a considerable amount of violence. It is the second in a series, but it stands on its own really well. Yes, this one is worth checking out.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Library Love

    Kyle Keyes can not only create compelling and unique plots, but he creates characters that draw you into their story, and into their lives, troubles and triumphs. The protagonist of Quantum Roots II, Olan Chapman is a great character, especially since he almost a compilation of people that have come before him, as well as himself. Time is not a straight line for Olan, previously a Vietnam War veteran, he now find himself back in the 19th century as lawless Samuel Leroy McCoy. Follow his new Kyle Keyes can not only create compelling and unique plots, but he creates characters that draw you into their story, and into their lives, troubles and triumphs. The protagonist of Quantum Roots II, Olan Chapman is a great character, especially since he almost a compilation of people that have come before him, as well as himself. Time is not a straight line for Olan, previously a Vietnam War veteran, he now find himself back in the 19th century as lawless Samuel Leroy McCoy. Follow his new chapter in this fast-paced read, full of action, thrilling twists, and even the odd touch of humor. I would recommend reading the first in the Quantum Roots series before this one, just so you can get the full enjoyment out of this corker of a novel. A must read for fans of novels that don't follow the standard format.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Anmaji

    That book is actually terrific.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Re:Views

    Take the mystery/thriller element from the first Quantum Roots book, maintain a lot of genuinely funny moments, and amp up the sci-fi element and you have Quantum Roots: Worm Holes. As much as I loved the first instalment this one ticked all the boxes for me and I found it to be a real classic. Ive read Keyes books so far and its been noticeable how the writing has progressed and matured from book to book. There is so much at play in Worm Holes that a short review could not do it justice. So far Take the mystery/thriller element from the first Quantum Roots book, maintain a lot of genuinely funny moments, and amp up the sci-fi element and you have Quantum Roots: Worm Holes. As much as I loved the first instalment this one ticked all the boxes for me and I found it to be a real classic. I’ve read Keyes books so far and it’s been noticeable how the writing has progressed and matured from book to book. There is so much at play in Worm Holes that a short review could not do it justice. So far I’ve found the Quantum Roots books to be a real joy, and would recommend for anyone looking for a taste of something different.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Valery

    Quantum Roots II: Worm Holes by Kyle Keyes is a strange, quirky, and thoroughly entertaining book that bounces off the first in the series, Quantum Roots. Quite a bit of violence pervades this book, but if you can get past that, this is an easy read amazingly, and often funny. The interactions between the characters are off the charts sometimes, making them quirky, and kind of relatable. Written in pretty simple language, the plot is pretty easy to grasp, and the pace moves along nicely. If you Quantum Roots II: Worm Holes by Kyle Keyes is a strange, quirky, and thoroughly entertaining book that bounces off the first in the series, Quantum Roots. Quite a bit of violence pervades this book, but if you can get past that, this is an easy read amazingly, and often funny. The interactions between the characters are off the charts sometimes, making them quirky, and kind of relatable. Written in pretty simple language, the plot is pretty easy to grasp, and the pace moves along nicely. If you have an avid interest in worm holes, quarks, etc. this is certainly a book you will enjoy. It is fun to ponder such things especially within the confines of science fiction, where you know it isn't real. The historical nature of the book combined with quantum physics make this truly a one of a kind read. Highly recommend for a different and offbeat book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Green Pastures

    It is so good to see the continuation of a really decent story progress through into further books. I enjoyed Kyle's first two 'Quantum Roots', and couldn't wait to re-visit Alex and Jeremy to see how the plot has thickened. The relationship between the two agents is highly entertaining and really drives the narrative for me. I enjoy the style of these books, the underlying theories are fascinating, and any readers interested in time-travel, doppel-gangers and de-ja-vu will revel in Kyle's It is so good to see the continuation of a really decent story progress through into further books. I enjoyed Kyle's first two 'Quantum Roots', and couldn't wait to re-visit Alex and Jeremy to see how the plot has thickened. The relationship between the two agents is highly entertaining and really drives the narrative for me. I enjoy the style of these books, the underlying theories are fascinating, and any readers interested in time-travel, doppel-gangers and de-ja-vu will revel in Kyle's ideas. This book feels like it has more adult-themes, and explores Olan's escapades with elements of humour and darkness. A thoroughly enjoyable time-romp.

  16. 4 out of 5

    High Light

    If I like certain book it is a natural to me read continuation. That's why I was so excited when Kyle Keyes published Quantum Roots II. When I finished first part Quantum I could not wait to read sequel. But if you have not read the first book, do not worry because both novels can be read and understand independently and you won't miss anything from previous story. Kyle Keyes proved that he is really good writer, I think maybe bit underestimated but hopefully it will change soon. I definitely If I like certain book it is a natural to me read continuation. That's why I was so excited when Kyle Keyes published Quantum Roots II. When I finished first part Quantum I could not wait to read sequel. But if you have not read the first book, do not worry because both novels can be read and understand independently and you won't miss anything from previous story. Kyle Keyes proved that he is really good writer, I think maybe bit underestimated but hopefully it will change soon. I definitely will read his next book cos is worth it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jessica LeVault

    Quantum Roots 2/ Wormholes is the middle link in the Quantum Roots trilogy. We see many of the same characters but they are on another mission. Kyle Keyes lets us join in on the confusion and frustration felt by everyone in the story as they face yet another vigilante. We get to watch as relationships grow and new ones form. We feel the tension and stress as time goes by and everyone is trying to figure out what is going on. This trilogy is a great summer read for teenagers and adults to just Quantum Roots 2/ Wormholes is the middle link in the Quantum Roots trilogy. We see many of the same characters but they are on another mission. Kyle Keyes lets us join in on the confusion and frustration felt by everyone in the story as they face yet another vigilante. We get to watch as relationships grow and new ones form. We feel the tension and stress as time goes by and everyone is trying to figure out what is going on. This trilogy is a great summer read for teenagers and adults to just read by the pool and relax.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Only the Best Books

    As soon as I finished 'Quantum Roots' by Kyle Keyes, I was straight onto getting the sequel 'Quantum Roots II: Worm Holes'. I enjoyed the first in the series so much, thanks to the brilliant addition of a quantum physics threat in the plot, that I had high hopes for the second installment. Thankfully, 'Worm Holes' lived up to its predecessor, and to my delight had even more illuminating and fascinating scientific elements. In this installment, Olan Chapman is once again round his energy recycled As soon as I finished 'Quantum Roots' by Kyle Keyes, I was straight onto getting the sequel 'Quantum Roots II: Worm Holes'. I enjoyed the first in the series so much, thanks to the brilliant addition of a quantum physics threat in the plot, that I had high hopes for the second installment. Thankfully, 'Worm Holes' lived up to its predecessor, and to my delight had even more illuminating and fascinating scientific elements. In this installment, Olan Chapman is once again round his energy recycled to another body, that of Samuel Leroy McCoy back in 1876. Once again he finds himself on the run from the powers that be, will he come through this new adventure unscathed? A great read that I highly recommend to any fan of adventure, action, or sci-fi novels.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Emerson

    Quantum Roots II, by author Kyle Keyes, is the second book following the adventures of Olan Chapman. The book is an exciting sci-fi story filled with mystery, thrilling twists, and violence. The book is a fairly easy read both the writing voice as well as the fast past, action-packed nature of the story itself. I really enjoyed following Olan in this book. He is a super interesting character. He id quirky, strong-willed, and a fighter. The book is different both in the non-linear plot and the Quantum Roots II, by author Kyle Keyes, is the second book following the adventures of Olan Chapman. The book is an exciting sci-fi story filled with mystery, thrilling twists, and violence. The book is a fairly easy read both the writing voice as well as the fast past, action-packed nature of the story itself. I really enjoyed following Olan in this book. He is a super interesting character. He id quirky, strong-willed, and a fighter. The book is different both in the non-linear plot and the odd characters, but I really enjoyed its uniqueness. I will say that the book is pretty graphic so be aware of that going in. I would recommend this book to sci-fi readers!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Litnigma Reviews

    Im becoming more of a fan of sci-fi these days and with Quantum Roots 2 I think Ive stumbled across what could well become an iconic series of books. I havent yet read the first in the series, although I certainly will now, but I managed to get into the story easily enough with this book. There is a lot going on rather than just a basic sci-fi premise, its funny at times, pretty graphic when needed, and there are paranormal elements as well. Keyes seems an experienced and well-rounded writer, at I’m becoming more of a fan of sci-fi these days and with Quantum Roots 2 I think I’ve stumbled across what could well become an iconic series of books. I haven’t yet read the first in the series, although I certainly will now, but I managed to get into the story easily enough with this book. There is a lot going on rather than just a basic sci-fi premise, it’s funny at times, pretty graphic when needed, and there are paranormal elements as well. Keyes seems an experienced and well-rounded writer, at least that’s how it came across to me, and I look forward to more of his novels.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    Particle energy formats with a quantum root system, that bypasses time and space Florida author Kyle Keyes books combine tales of Americas past with todays paranormal science, creating a new and unique genre which can only be described as historical science fiction. He offers a Prelude to this Part II of QUANTUM ROOTS Monkey see, monkey do. Headline grabbers are often followed by copy cat artists, seeking attention in a world too busy to notice anything but crime. Olan Chapman put Hobbs Creek on ‘Particle energy formats with a quantum root system, that bypasses time and space’ Florida author Kyle Keyes books combine tales of America’s past with today’s paranormal science, creating a new and unique genre which can only be described as historical science fiction. He offers a Prelude to this Part II of QUANTUM ROOTS – ‘Monkey see, monkey do. Headline grabbers are often followed by copy cat artists, seeking attention in a world too busy to notice anything but crime. Olan Chapman put Hobbs Creek on the national map when the slender computer programmer reverted back to a former identity as Jesse Joe Jacks. Chapman used this alter ego to avenge the rape/murder of his childhood sister. Chapman then went over Niagara Falls in a small outboard and a rain of bullets. After which, copy cat vigilantes sprang up in dark alleys from sea to shining sea. Noted psychologists of the day believed that Olan Chapman was a sign of the times. The message was clear. The commonwealth had lost faith in the system, and public sentiment was now ready for a vigilante.’ Stepping into this strange novel, suffused with sidebars of quantum mechanics we need to know the initial book in the series to bring out the focusof this second volume. In QUANTUM ROOTS Federal agents, Alexis Grumman and Jeremy Wade track down a current day vigilante, whose fingerprints match those of a Korean War veteran. Jesse Joe Jacks was born sometime during the snow blizzard of 1923.The Lower Elk County, game warden died from a lightning strike on July 23, 1959, while wearing a sheriff's star. Olan Chapman came to life in August of 1974 and found a computer career with a center city, electronics firm. Chapman drinks heavy and is haunted by flashbacks of an older sister, lost to an unsolved case of gang rape and murder. Jacks loved nature and lived to protect wildlife. He stood tall and fought to uphold justice. Jacks was also a crack shot with a firearm - any firearm. Chapman attends the theatre, plays piano and at one time led a march against the National Rifle Association. Both men have the same fingerprints.’ Given that essence of Part I the synopsis provided expands the scope of Kyle’s book and mind – ‘In this sequel to Quantum Roots, the meekish Olan Chapman faces danger as vigilante Samuel Leroy McCoy, a US deputy marshal who upheld law and order in 1876, Dodge City. The metamorphous holds an eerie transformation, cloaked with rolling sagebrush and horse whinnies from yesteryear, which causes DPA Director, Alexis Grumman to rethink the validity of worm holes. "Creation is a worm hole," replies Dr Norman Daly, "Atoms require hadrons to form a nucleus, and each hadron comes through it's own worm hole. Two quarks form the bi-dimensional plane needed to support the hole. The remaining quark squeezes through this hole, after which the first two quarks follow to shape the hadron to a given genetic, road map. The hole then closes to divide time from timeless." The gunfighter is wanted for multiple killings, a consequence that keeps the slender computer wizard on the run from authorities, and domineering wife, Ivy Chapman. As in the Vigilante Sightings, Quantum Roots II is based on mounting evidence that people form from recycled energy.’ For those who hunger for science fiction/fact in a marriage that sheds life on the may we may all be viewing the universe with a fine if disturbing story, This is a book that should join the list of new adventures in literature. Fascinating and instructive, the book is still highly entertaining.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Basket of Books

    If you enjoyed the TV show Quantum Leap, then you are sure to enjoy the Quantum Roots books by Kyle Keyes. He bases this series on the idea that people are formed from recycled energy. Meaning that within a new person, there can be energy and elements that have come from previous lives. This can be in the form of physical characteristics like fingerprints, or in the likes of memories. This idea may sound fantastical, but there is actually a real scientific basis behind it, which Keyes explores If you enjoyed the TV show Quantum Leap, then you are sure to enjoy the Quantum Roots books by Kyle Keyes. He bases this series on the idea that people are formed from recycled energy. Meaning that within a new person, there can be energy and elements that have come from previous lives. This can be in the form of physical characteristics like fingerprints, or in the likes of memories. This idea may sound fantastical, but there is actually a real scientific basis behind it, which Keyes explores within the book. It is interesting, astonishing and exciting – this mix of science fiction and action genres, makes for a out of this world read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Julie Barrett

    Quantum Roots 2: Worm Holes by Kyle Keyes Book starts out with amateur photographer taping a rape scene with a local gang but things go wrong as the vigilante has appeared. Federal agents Alexis and Jeremy are involved with the paranormal investigation. Wormholes are discussed and investigated as if it's the answer to what's going on. Characters from other books also make an appearance in this book. Halo graphic map showing sightings of the vigilante as he's found at different locations around the Quantum Roots 2: Worm Holes by Kyle Keyes Book starts out with amateur photographer taping a rape scene with a local gang but things go wrong as the vigilante has appeared. Federal agents Alexis and Jeremy are involved with the paranormal investigation. Wormholes are discussed and investigated as if it's the answer to what's going on. Characters from other books also make an appearance in this book. Halo graphic map showing sightings of the vigilante as he's found at different locations around the US, reversible metamorphosis are interesting subjects. Tired of repetitive parts from previous books: hurricane FL, pink panties, Buffalo and other stories... Parts of famous names mixed with others are nothing like who they portray. Like flying scooter and the trouble he gets into with it. Epilogue informs you of the latest and what other aspects in teh book needed further acknowledgements.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Pegboard

    Kyle Keyes continues to delight us with Quantum Roots II: Worm Holes (Volume 2). Lt. General Alexis Grumman and her younger special agent, Jeremy Wade, find themselves facing the Vigilante again. Two years ago Olan Chapman made headlines as he went over the Niagara Falls. His flair for dramatic entrances and departures keeps the agents on their toes as they never know where he will end up. As a savior for the oppressed, people are cheering for him. Alexis and Jeremy know there is much more to Kyle Keyes continues to delight us with Quantum Roots II: Worm Holes (Volume 2). Lt. General Alexis Grumman and her younger special agent, Jeremy Wade, find themselves facing the Vigilante again. Two years ago Olan Chapman made headlines as he went over the Niagara Falls. His flair for dramatic entrances and departures keeps the agents on their toes as they never know where he will end up. As a savior for the oppressed, people are cheering for him. Alexis and Jeremy know there is much more to this simple man. Quantum Roots II is hilarious. Kyle Keyes keeps the relationship between Alexis and Jeremy humorous as they are total opposites. They work well together, even though Jeremy is immature and irresponsible at times. He has a niche for saying the wrong thing and destroying government vehicles. I love how this novel ended and look forward to reading the next in this series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Winking

    This is the sequel to Quantum Roots and it is hilarious! Kyle Keyes keeps comedy rolling in this book going and somehow seems to step up the pace and make it even greater than the first book. Fast paced, well written with the same great characters as well as some new additions. The best thing about the Quantum Roots books is that the science isn't too baffling, hence makining it easy to follow. Definitely recommend to friends and family and looking forward to the next instalment. 5 stars

  26. 4 out of 5

    Inspector Clouseau

    The second Quantum Roots book in this series I found to be as enthralling as the first. Its a continuation with Olan Chapman, an awesome protagonist in my opinion, and well-written so that it is easy to follow the plotline. It has a violent side and a funny side which keeps you interested. I was so excited about reading this book after how much I enjoyed the first one. Olan is a super interesting individual and Im really enjoying his exploits. Highly recommend and I was anxious to read the final The second Quantum Roots book in this series I found to be as enthralling as the first. It’s a continuation with Olan Chapman, an awesome protagonist in my opinion, and well-written so that it is easy to follow the plotline. It has a violent side and a funny side which keeps you interested. I was so excited about reading this book after how much I enjoyed the first one. Olan is a super interesting individual and I’m really enjoying his exploits. Highly recommend and I was anxious to read the final book.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Honey Bee

    Even better than the first book in the series and I cannot wait to read the third book! a fast paced book with a brilliant plot that is full of surprises, there are lots of twists and turns in this story which kept me on the edge of my seat, full of great characters and again lots of humor! Kyle Keyes sets up readers very nicely for the final installment in the series. I would however, recommend reading the first Quantum Roots novel to enjoy the full story.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Doris Raines

    DODGE CITY GUN SMOKE TIME. REAL WESTERN S YAHOOOOOOO🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dogandbone

    Even better than the first book in the series and I cannot wait to read the third book! a fast paced book with a brilliant plot that is full of surprises, there are lots of twists and turns in this story which kept me on the edge of my seat, full of great characters and again lots of humor! Kyle Keyes sets up readers very nicely for the final installment in the series. I would however, recommend reading the first Quantum Roots novel to enjoy the full story.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Good Coffee Better Book

    It was great to be reunited with the characters again, however, dont be alarmed if you havent read the previous book as I think you could easily get a grasp of the story without needing to have read the previous novel. Again Keyes did not disappoint me as this was another easy to follow plot with relatable characters Id loved so much from the first Quantum Roots book. A great mixture of violence (not over the top), SCI-FI, paranormal and of course the entertaining wit of the characters. If you It was great to be reunited with the characters again, however, don’t be alarmed if you haven’t read the previous book as I think you could easily get a grasp of the story without needing to have read the previous novel. Again Keyes did not disappoint me as this was another easy to follow plot with relatable characters I’d loved so much from the first Quantum Roots book. A great mixture of violence (not over the top), SCI-FI, paranormal and of course the entertaining wit of the characters. If you enjoy your novels with a blend of those elements and more then cancel your plans for the day as I’m betting you won’t want to do anything else after you get started than read right until to the end!

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