The Mathematics of Love - P.S. Author:Emma Darwin The Mathematics of Love is a poignant chronicle of two people, separated by centuries, whose lives -- amazingly, impossibly -- become interwoven in a brilliant tapestry of tragedy, memory, and time. Following alternate but intimately connected stories -- of a curious, promiscuous teenager in her season of exile and awakening in the Englis... more »h countryside in 1976, and a nineteenth-century soldier damaged on the fields of Waterloo, struggling to find his way back to life with the help of a compassionate, extraordinary woman -- Emma Darwin's breathtaking narrative brilliantly evokes the horrors of war, the pain of loss, the heat of passion, and the enduring power of love.« less
I gave the book two stars in order to try and be fair.
I have to be honest, I couldn't even get through the whole first chapter.
Something about this book just turned me off from the first sentence. And I'm not sure why. I knew this book would be a bit different than what i'm used to, but...
Anyways, I'm the book has some fine points to it, I just wouldn't know since I haven't really read it.
Interestingly, the author is the great-great-granddaughter of Charles Darwin