A physicist discovers how to control reality and all hell breaks loose.
When physics professor Madison Martin is smashed by a car, her quantum expertise and survival instinct enable her to rewrite reality and save her life. She's freaked about what happened but, luckily, the hot physicist from the office next door volunteers to help her decipher what the hell just happened. As their chemistry sizzles she's ready for some experiments of a more biological nature.
Unbeknownst to Madison her smartest student witnesses the bizarro accident and learns how to control reality, too. He and his buddies go on a quantum crime spree starting with never-ending beer, sorority girls losing their shirts, and progressing to bank robbery and worse.
Everything seems lost when the nature of reality is endangered as fundamental forces like electromagnetism and gravity start changing.
Can Madison overcome the odds, thwart her evil student and save reality itself?
|Publisher:||Lesley L. Smith|
|File size:||452 KB|
About the Author
All right, I confess! I love physics. I blame my misspent youth reading science fiction by the likes of Asimov, Heinlein, and Clarke. Not surprisingly, I also love science fiction. I grew up in Missouri, in a family of overeducated overachievers. Following in their footsteps, I've earned far too many degrees including an M.S. and a Ph.D. in Elementary Particle Physics and an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction. Hmm? I may have a split personality. The evidence shows I've authored or co-authored many scientific articles, and am a longtime member of the American Physical Society. I'm also a founder and editor of the speculative fiction ezine http://www.electricspec.com and a longtime member of the Science Fiction/Fantasy Writers of America. Both sides of my personality live in Boulder, Colorado where I do physics by day and science fiction by night. Please visit me on the web at http://www.lesleylsmith.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a book with a great story and science added in. The romance was fun and the characters were all likable. I hope there will be more books with these characters. I wasn't sure what was going to happen with all the physics in the story but it was well explained and wasn't boring. I received this book from Smith publicity for a fair and honest opinion.