Secret Passages

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Tor, 1997 - Fiction - 381 pages
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The author of "Broken Symmetries" returns from future fiction to the contemporary world to tell a story of cutting-edge science. Set against the colorful backdrop of the island of Crete, "Secret Passages" tells the story of a revolutionary physics experiment. Earthquakes, love, loss, and the mysterious history of the physicist, Minakis, enhance the novel's fascinating story.

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Using some of the same characters who appeared in his Broken Symmetries (LJ 10/15/83), Preuss leisurely sets the scene for a groundbreaking physics experiment by telling the life story of its inventor ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ian Durham - Goodreads

I need to brush up on Cramer's transactional interpretation. The non-physics storyline was pretty good. I read this years ago and decided to reread it now that I know more about such things. Read full review

About the author (1997)

Paul Preuss is the author of 13 novels, including Secret Passages and the near-future thrillers Core and Starfire. His non-fiction has appeared in The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, New York Newsday, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Besides writing, he has been a science consultant for several film companies.

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