Lieutenant

Lieutenant Lieutenant is the third in a series of near future SciFi Thrillers whose young heroine Ell Donsaii we learned in Quicker has a nerve mutation that makes her an athletic phenomenon so fast that no one

  • Title: Lieutenant
  • Author: Laurence E. Dahners
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lieutenant is the third in a series of near future SciFi Thrillers whose young heroine Ell Donsaii we learned in Quicker has a nerve mutation that makes her an athletic phenomenon, so fast that no one can keep up with her In Smarter we learned how these fast nerve processes have made her a genius She s both shy and concerned about her social skills, yet loved by th Lieutenant is the third in a series of near future SciFi Thrillers whose young heroine Ell Donsaii we learned in Quicker has a nerve mutation that makes her an athletic phenomenon, so fast that no one can keep up with her In Smarter we learned how these fast nerve processes have made her a genius She s both shy and concerned about her social skills, yet loved by those around her Like Stieg Larsson s Lisbeth Salander The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo , while trying to drift off to sleep, instead of counting sheep Ell develops a new theory of quantum mechanics She has now dropped out of grad school after using her quantum theories to invent a means for enormously improving communications using entangled molecules Back in the military to complete her commitment, she continues her physics research in her spare time She also has to fend off attempts to kidnap her by groups wanting access to her skills As in the past, those who attack her don t consider that the very skills they envy and desire make her hard to subdue.Then the People s Republic of China shoots down the US satellites over Asia in preparation for an invasion of Taiwan Ell s quantum entangled communication chips can substitute for lost satellite communications and observation if she can just convince the brass to use them.

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    1. Another wonderful story I can't tell you how much I enjoy these books. Sure you have to suspend disbelief, but it's wonderful to read about powerful people being nice. And the science fiction is bases on real science, except - you know - for the part that's not. A great read and I look forward to the next one.

    2. Another good bookIt keeps getting better. This is excellent addition to series even if some elements are too unrealisticeven if Ell decided to better ask for forgiveness. Also, no mentions of attempt to make tech secret or some solution to issue with personal AI runs comm center way above owner’s clearance

    3. Better each new book!!!Love 💘💘 Ell. A guaranteed winner this time. Books 1 & 2 were terrific but 3 will blow you out of the water. A genius, drop dead gorgeous and able to stop war! What's not to love?

    4. Commanding!Well written , fun and exhilarating book!! Ell is one of my three favorite sci-fi heroines, along with honor and BA. OUTSTANDING!

    5. Great Read!This the 4th tune I have reread this book.I love the what if of the science and the characters seem to good.

    6. This serie is an interesting project. It starts with a question "what would happen if " and the books try to answer it. It is a light, quick and easily readable set of books. Well written and enjoyable.

    7. I writing this as a review of the entire series up to the 11th book. While some of the situations are a little odd, the science and the effects and expansion of the ideas is wonderful. The main character is a little too good to be true, but at the same time genius is often in an odd package. I recommend them all

    8. Fun Easy summer time reading book. Kinda wish Ell had a flaw like all us humans but still fun and entertaining.

    9. Good read. like Sammy but not exactly the same. The author also uses the same expressions a little more than should be

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