Extremely well prepared, twists of great minds in pursuit of the most hidden of all
twists. in a convoluted/folded expression in pursuit of exactly that same expression.
The plus and minus of True Zero being sought, after being hidden by the most infused
minds of the 20th Century. Faithfully following our inner exploration into the
largest of events by seeking the smallest features of our universe. Maybe someone will
read the book and get on-track of the changes of vector when motions near a True Zero
revise their path in exactly the same way on both sides of Pure Zero; even though the
opposite third derivative remains consistant in each dimension. Thus, allowing for
matter to obtain disproportionate characteristics in any 1st and/or 2nd derivation's
local dimension. If this has made you think of any thing new, you will totally enjoy
the action played out by the well chosen characters of this book. This story not only
twists and turns but takes great hanging leaps as well. The wrap-up is great.
David Swift is a physicist turned Science History professor teaching at Columbia University. He is summoned to his former adviser's bedside after his mentor is beaten and tortured by an unknown assailant. The dying man's last words before dying are a string of numbers and instructions for David.
As David tries to interpret the numbers, other physicists start dying. The victims are linked by the fact that they were all students of Einstein, so David realizes that the killings are related to Einstein's final (and unpublished) theory of everything.
This book reminded me very much of the Davinci Code both in its plot and especially in its pacing. Once you begin this book it is very difficult to put down. The inclusion of ideas from theoretical physics make this thriller seem smarter than the average book in a crowded genre. Highly recommended.