The Theory of Everything
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One part Libba Bray's Going Bovine, two parts String Theory, and three parts love story equals a whimsical novel that will change the way you think about the world.Sophie Sophia is obsessed with music from the late eighties. She also has an eccentric physicist father who sometimes vanishes for days and sees things other people don't see. But when he disappears for good and Sophie's mom moves them from Brooklyn, New York, to Havencrest, Illinois, for a fresh start, things take a turn for the weird. Sophie starts seeing things, like marching band pandas, just like her dad.
Guided by Walt, her shaman panda, and her new (human) friend named Finny, Sophie is determined to find her father and figure out her visions, once and for all. So she travels back to where it began - New York City and NYU's Physics department. As she discovers more about her dad's research on M-theory and her father himself, Sophie opens her eyes to the world's infinite possibilities - and her heart to love. I found this book in the Little Free Library in Downtown Woodstock when I was dropping off some books. It looks like a fun, quirky read. I plan to read it before it's ready to travel.
Journal Entry 2
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Tuesday, January 30, 2018
My Review: Really amazing YA story. I would love to read something else by this author.
I found this book in a Little Free Library last year when I was bringing books for the box. It looked interesting. It had a lovely note inside: "You are a wonderful piece of this world. It would not be complete without you.❤" I registered the book on Bookcrossing, and I am planning to leave the note inside when I let this book go. I hope the next person who finds this book will like it.
Journal Entry 3
SoHo Bagel OBCZ - Towne Lake Parkway in Woodstock, Georgia USA on Saturday, April 14, 2018
Released 2 yrs ago (4/14/2018 UTC) at SoHo Bagel OBCZ - Towne Lake Parkway in Woodstock, Georgia USA
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Left on the bookshelf at Soho when getting some breakfast with the family. Enjoy the book!