Wet, Warm and Noisy

A Jake Ward Novel

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Pub Date Mar 04 2024 | Archive Date Jul 15 2024
Amazon | Seeker Press

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The human brain is too wet, warm and full of random noise to sustain quantum activity. Or so we thought…

Surrounded by the unforgiving climate of the frozen north, Jake Ward, a tenacious Alaska State Trooper Investigator and cancer survivor, is on a relentless quest to regain his health and return to full-duty status.

But Ward's world takes a bone-chilling turn during a routine polygraph examination when a woman escapes custody, leaving an officer critically injured. What started as an ordinary investigation transforms into a complex web of intrigue, where medical experimentation and consciousness collide.

In "Wet, Warm, and Noisy," Willson masterfully blurs the boundaries between law enforcement and the supernatural, leading readers on a heart-pounding journey through a realm where the tangible and the mysterious intersect. With time slipping away, can Ward decipher the enigmas that defy reason, or will forces that transcend human experience overwhelm him?

With over two decades of experience as an Alaska State Trooper, author David A. Willson brings a rare authenticity to crime fiction that will both enlighten and captivate you. Prepare yourself for an electrifying thriller that challenges the very foundations of our reality.

The human brain is too wet, warm and full of random noise to sustain quantum activity. Or so we thought…

Surrounded by the unforgiving climate of the frozen north, Jake Ward, a tenacious Alaska State...

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It was very interesting to read this story, especially about Alaska and how the people there live. The story was fast paced and kept you on the edge of your seat. I hope there is going to be more stories with these characters. I would recommend this to anybody who enjoys mystery and suspense.

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Cutting edge technology uses quantum physics principles, such as quantum computing. But what about the brain? Does the human mind function in the quantum realm? Brains are too wet,warm, and noisy to house quantum activity, it would seem, yet experiments suggest they do.

Willson has crafted a captivating novel exploring the possibility of quantum activity in the brain and doing experiments to investigate the possible advances from studying it. The experiments also explored near death or actual death experiences. Through these experiences, Willson shows the reality of a realm beyond our physical one.

Willson's writing style is an easy one to read and I liked the consistent pace of the action. I recommend this novel to those who would like a good blend of science fiction, mystery, and police procedure mixed into lots of suspense.

I received a complimentary egalley of this book through Partners in Crime Book Tours. My comments are an independent and honest review.

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Obsession and research gone militant playing with death, conspiracy, murder, denial, and underneath trying to save love. A tale you could see happening, maybe not that far from reality - all the more engrossing.

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David A. Willson writes a great overall story, it had everything that I was hoping for and enjoyed about the world. It had that thriller elements perfectly and thought the concept was wonderfully done. The characters were everything that I wanted and thought they felt like they were supposed to.

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WARM, WET, & NOISY by David A. Willson
This is the 1st book I have read by David Willson, but certainly will not be the last. This story brings us a crime drama, with sci fi, and also supernatural. It is full of action, mystery, some angst, with a tenacious main character. I also really enjoyed it being in Alaska, (my bucket list destination). The title seemed a little strange, but later in the book I saw how it came to be. I was hooked by reading the blurb. This story follows Trooper Jake Ward as he works to convince the higher ups that he is ready to return to work after a battle with pancreatic cancer and surviving. I could not put this down and read it in one sitting. This is a definite 5 stars.

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