Free Read Kindle ePUB The Theory of Everythingauthor Kari Luna – groundhogwalking.co.uk

The Theory of Everything 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 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 Perfect for fans of Going Bovine, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Scott Pilgrim vs The World and The Probability of Miracles. Free Read The Theory of Everything [ Author ] Kari Luna [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. This book gave me the feels My heart is so overwhelmed with emotions right now My head is also spinning with so many questions This book T.T I guess I have this calling to read books about physics They are just so touching I promise you This book is about physics,love and music It is about how these things affects the main character and her relationships with the people seeing her I love the plot and the characters I didn t feel like hitting any of the characters nor did I get bored This book gave me the feels My heart is so overwhelmed with emotions right now My head is also spinning with so many questions This book T.T I guess I have ...

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  3. Thanks to Netgalley for this ARC that I received in exchange for an honest review Sophie Sophia, a high school sopho, hallucinates spectacularly whimsical hallucinations involving singing, dancing, parades or animals that talk She eventually meets Walt, her shaman panda in charge of helping her navigate this path of major confusion and concern Her missing father, a brilliant physicist, disappeared a few years prior and also used to hallucinate When she meets Finny, a fan of physics and Thanks to Netgalley for this ARC that I received in exchange for an honest review Sophie Sophia, a high school sopho, hallucinates spectacularly whimsical hallucinations involving singing, dancing, parades or animals that talk She eventually meets Walt, her shaman panda in charge of helping her navigate this path of major confusion and concern Her missing father, a brilliant physicist, disappeared a few years prior and also used to hallucinate When she meets Finny, a fan of physics and string theory, and they become friends, she finally gets the courage to travel to New York City to track down her father and find answers.The Theory of Everything is a quirky story that is hard to define, which is always a plus in my opinion Sophie has hallucinations that begin when, one day, she sees a heart fall of a stranger s sleeve onto the floor her visions have beauty and poetry to...

  4. This is an ARC review.Any excerpts or quotes are taken from an unfinished text and may change before the final print So freaking much to love about this book, you guys Not going to lie the first thing that hooked me was this phrase from above Sophie Sophia is obsessed with music from the late eighties.L...

  5. In short a 14 year old manic pixie dream girl tries to find her long lost father.Sophia s mother struggled for years to deal with her crazy brilliant physicist husband, and now Sophia is exhibiting the same odd symptoms Sophia hallucinates wild, imaginative scenes involving talking pandas that pull her out of reality and into interludes that are like a combination of the movie Fantasia an LSD trip a movie musi...

  6. Teenage read with brains Quirky, yes a teenager in a new town, unreliable but loving father who has left, has hallucinations she calls them episodes about giant pandas and the lunch ladies in school breaking into song It s all related to her brilliant physicist father, who also had episodes.Sophie makes a friend, finds tentative love, and goes on a search for the missing father who she hopes has some answers about her episodes And also has help from her shaman ...

  7. Theory of Everything is a delightful look into the soul and what it means to love and be loved Fresh and original, this debut puts Kari Luna solidly on the map, reminding us that a book doesn t need to have death and violence to be a damn good story.Sophie is an unusual girl, and she s had an unusual life Her father, Angelino Sophia, is a theoretical physicist at NYU and is also an eccentric Along with his passion for the world, he passes on to Sophie an odd condition hallucinations, or epi Theory of Everything is a delightful look into the soul and what it means to love and be loved Fresh and original, this debut puts Kari Luna solidly on the map, reminding us that a book doesn t need to have death and violence to be a damn good story.Sophie is an unusual girl, and she s had an unusual life Her father, Angelino Sophia, is a theoretical physicist at NYU and is also an eccentric Along with his passion for the world, he passes on to Sophie an odd condition hallucinations, or episodes as they call them During her episodes Sophie travels to different places and does incredible things, coming back to the real world minutes or sometimes hours later with tangible souvenirs that she s been gone For all intents and purposes, she s crazy, but Sophie and her dad want to think otherwise Instead of seeing the ...

  8. Would recommend EhFor the life of me, I can not remember why I put this on my to read list I think wherever I read about it mentioned similarities or a connection or something to A Wrinkle in Time, but I have no idea Well This book is no Wrinkle, and it s probably grossly unfair for me to compare the two because the only common ties are a girl looking for a father and references to physics The book is not bad It tries so darn hard to be quirky and hip that it misses the mark on things Would recommend EhFor the life of me, I can not remember why I put this on my to read list I think wherever I read about it mentioned similarities or a connection or something to A Wrinkle in Time, but I have no idea Well This book is no Wrinkle, and it s probably grossly unfair for me to compare the two because the only common ties are a girl looking for a father and references to physics The book is not bad It tries so darn hard to b...

  9. The thing I liked about The Theory of Everything is that it doesn t try too hard to be a young adult novel It s very accessible, and yet, never panders or talks down to its audience Luna casually drops references to quantum physics and 80 s music and trusts young readers to keep up Which, trust me, they can Luna s protagonist Sophie deftly navigates the alienation of being uprooted to a new school with the help of a few shaman pandas, while searching for her missing father Witty and imagina The thing I liked about The Theory of Everything is that it doesn t try too hard to be a young adult novel It s very accessible, and yet, never panders or talks down to its audience Luna casually d...

  10. The beginning of this book was kind of a nightmare of things I don t like in books Annoying hipster character Overuse of pop culture references And I wasn t sure if her mom was being willfully ignorant of Sophie s mental disorder, or if it was supposed to be some kind of magical realism thing There is also a gay BFF I thought was too much of a teen girl s dream of what a gay BFF would be like.Then Sophie and said BFF go to New York and this book gets a lot better I liked the string theory s The begin...