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Robin’s Review of Einstein in the Attic
by Dana Dargos
Robin's Review of Einstein in the Attic by Dana Dargos Set against the backdrop of the war between science and God, reason and faith, Einstein in the Attic is the story of one scientist’s search for truth and meaning when faced with the ultimate question: Is there a God?
Fleeing war-torn Lebanon, Adam Reemi’s faith is shaken by the hardships he has endured, but when he and a colleague successfully construct a nano hadron collider, and using sound waves, Adam finds unheard-of power at his fingertips. To help him answer the greatest question mankind has ever posed, he zaps the best philosophical minds of all time–namely Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Soren Kierkegaard, and Baruch Spinoza–from the past and into his attic. Not all goes according to plan, however, and Adam finds himself in a race against time to formulate an answer to the question of intelligent design… or risk losing everything.
Robin's Review: Einstein in the Attic by Dana Dargos is a curious blend of science fiction and philosophy that take readers on a thought-provoking journey with Professor Adam Reemi as he seeks answers to his personal and professional upheavals. He finds solace by bringing famous physicists back to life in his attic like Einstein, Curie and Edison who help him explore grand questions of science, philosophy and religion. This gripping story offers up plenty of entertaining adventure while exploring deeper truth underlying it all - a must read for those seeking out something truly enriching! I was given a free e-copy of this book, but that has not influenced my opinion in this review. I enjoyed this story and would recommend it to others.
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