As the details of the crime slowly come to light, the weave of reality becomes ever more tangled, twisted by a miraculous new technology and a quantum creature unconstrained by the normal limits of space and matter. With the help of his daughter, Alessandra, Jacob must find the true murderer before the creature destroys his family and everything he loves.
David Walton is the author of Quintessence (Tor Books, 2013) and the Philip K. Dick award-winning novel Terminal Mind. He lives near Philadelphia with his wife, seven children, and three hamsters. By day, he works on classified defense technology, which not even the hamsters are allowed to know about. David's fiction explores themes that skirt the edges of science and religion, such as human origins, the nature of truth, the certainty of death, and the nature of the soul.
Unlike anything I have ever read before.
I'm not usually into sci-fi books. The terminology is usually too vast for my knowledge and I find them hard to read mostly. It sucks when you don't understand terms being used and no glossary to explain. This book has complicated science stuff, but the story explains it all. Being centered around a court case is why you get those details.
What a cool story it is too. To think, we could be in two places at once, it's crazy, but so probable in the book that you start to wonder, 'What if?!'.
I was completely fascinated from start to finish, and found myself deeply immersed in the scientific suspense.
A great story for mystery readers too. Especially if they like a touch of different.
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