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  • Paperback
  • 496
  • Dante's Euation
  • Jane Jensen
  • English
  • 16 May 2019
  • 9780345430373

10 thoughts on “Dante's Euation

  1. says:

    This is one of those rare books that when I'm finished I say Wow How did she come up with THAT I hesitate to label this book 'science fiction' for fear that it may scare some readers off I would hope not Jensen only really

  2. says:

    5 StarsWhat do you get when you cross Judaism Christianity Physics Meglomania Cult Worshipping Work Worshipping a

  3. says:

    If I could give this book 35 stars I would It wasn't great but it's much better than good Some of the philosophy was very good and appealing The story however was slow at the beginning and was beginning to feel like a lackluster Da Vinci Code The second half of the book was much compelling What if you went to another world and another univers

  4. says:

    It was interesting Not real fast paced lots of physics and Kabbalah

  5. says:

    Dante's Euation by Jane Jensen is a wonderful little sci fi thriller The first third and last third of the book are a Ludlum esue thriller involving uantum theory wave mechanics Hebrew mysticism and of course the sinister workings of the US Department of Defense The middle third is an unusual combination of metaphysical self examination and

  6. says:

    The one in which the meaning of life turns out to be essentially a Myers Briggs assessment The first half is a clever thriller based on crackpot wave research and letter patterns in the Torah in which Our Heroes and Villains are introduced; the

  7. says:

    This review also appears on my blog wwwsilashruparellcomMy one liner Some of the passages can be a little jarri

  8. says:

    This well plotted fast moving novel full of well developed characters unfortunately is marred by a “MacGuffin” that is sheer absurdity The center about which the plot revolves is The Book of Torment a long lost manuscript by a Jewish phy

  9. says:

    I was introduced to Jane Jensen's book by a friend who understood my fascination with uantum mechanics and multiple universes I found Jill Talcott and Nate Andros particularly interesting while they conducted their experiments confi

  10. says:

    A lovely sci fi book which entangles uantum physics with Kabbalah a mystical sect of JudaismThe first half is fast paced and you will love hi

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Dante's Euation

Writer fascinated by Kobinski are about to meet Handalman in Poland–all four desperate to solve the astonishing riddle Searching through the past they trace Kobinski to a clearing in the woods near Auschwitz And in that clearing they come face to face with the inexplicable that Kobinski drawing on his own alchemy of science and the Kabbalah made himself vanish from the death camp in a blaze of fire Now with intelligence agents hot on their trail the investigators have no choice They must follow Kobinski –to wherever he may have gone This review also appears on my blog wwwsilashruparellcomMy one liner Some of the passages can be a little jarring But you need to ignore that as the author has attempted a remarkable feat here in attempting to unify the karmic mysticism of Kabbalah with the undiscovered potential of uantum mechanics With some substantial success The author Jane Jensen is a computer scientist and computer games author so I was optimistic that she would make a good stab at exploring in fictional form the possibility that future research in uantum physics will draw us to understand the past present and future of human destiny

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Rilliant physicist who authored what may be the most important lost work in human historyIn Seattle Jill Talcott’s work with energy wave euations is being linked to Yosef Kobinski now deceased who claimed nearly fifty years ago that he discovered an actual physical law of good and evil But when Jill’s lab explodes she is forced to flee for her life realizing that her cutting edge research is far dangerous than she ever has imagined And that powerful people have a stake in what she may have uncoveredNow Jill her research partner and a The one in which the meaning of life turns out to be essentially a Myers Briggs assessment The first half is a clever thriller based on crackpot wave research and letter patterns in the Torah in which Our Heroes and Villains are introduced the second half once the reader gets past the initial WTF didn t see that coming is science fiction with a Moral in which each Hero and Villain gets what he or she deserves and the denouement ties it all up neatly with a karmic bow Well written and reasonably entertaining and hey not so many novels with orthodox Jews as characters nu

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In a breathless thriller that explores the relationship between science and the divine good and evil space and time Jane Jensen takes us from the world we know into a reality we could only scarcely imagine Until nowRabbi Aharon Handalman’s expertise with Torah code–rearranging words and letters in the Bible–has uncovered a man’s name Who is Yosef Kobinski and why did God hide his name in His sacred text To find the answers Aharon begins an investigation and discovers that Kobinski a Polish rabbi was not only a mystic but also a b If I could give this book 35 stars I would It wasn t great but it s much better than good Some of the philosophy was very good and appealing The story however was slow at the beginning and was beginning to feel like a lackluster Da Vinci Code The second half of the book was much compelling What if you went to another world and another universe that was the place that you deserved Would you grow Or would you just accept it


About the Author: Jane Jensen

Jane Jensen is the game designer of the popular and critically acclaimed Gabriel Knight adventure games and author of the novels Judgement Day and Dante's EuationJane Jensen was born Jane Elizabeth Smith the youngest of seven children She received a BA in Computer Science from Anderson University in Indiana and worked as a systems programmer for Hewlett Packard Her love of both computers and