Physics professor Madison Martin finds herself watching as she is smashed by a car and realizing that there are two of her there. Somehow her quantum expertise and survival instinct enables her to rewrite reality and save her life.
Madison starts studying what had happened trying to recreate the ability to change an outcome. When a robbery takes place on campus though Madison questions whether her new found ability may be being used by someone else, perhaps one of her students.
The Quantum Cop certainly had an interesting plot involving quantum physics which is exactly what I was hoping for when I picked this one up. But I will say when finished with this one I’m not sure I ever completely understood what was happening as the technical quantum explanations could get a little dull trying to figure out so I pretty much gave up trying to figure it out. Ignoring the quantum physics and technical aspects of this and just enjoying the rest of the story it had some fun things going on and I ended up enjoying the rest of the book if just treating it as any other fantasy read.
I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.