My take: The story uses a lot of the same premises as "String Theory." Physics is not really my strong suit so this was not an easy read. In retrospect however, the physics aspect is not crucial to understanding the story. The characters are interesting and unique. The story takes bizarre twists and turns. It is not predictable and includes a lot of self-conversation. The book was originally written in German and translated. It has been lauded by reviewers. People have loved it. I didn't love it but I seem to be in the minority.
It is a fast-paced, cerebral crime drama somewhat reminiscent of Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment" except with new characters that keep the story moving and a surprise middle, mid-end, and ending.
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Thanks to Judy from Doubleday for sponsoring this giveaway and providing a copy for review.