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This review is from: Improbable (Hardcover)
I have to completely agree with the review by Daniel Jolley, This is an extremely entertaining book which grips you from the start and never lets-up until the ending. The way that Mr. Fawer tidies up all the loose ends so that even those who were working against Caine, but who sympathised with him, were somehow taken care of, i.e. Crowe, shows a very thoughtful nature and an extremely convoluted thinker behind this book. It really is a 'must-read' and much more cerebral about quantum physics than 'Timeline' was.