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The Flicker Men has ratings and reviews. Jeffrey said: ”'After a while, quantum mechanics starts to affect your worldview.''What does this me. "A high-speed thriller The pages turn rapidly with well-orchestrated suspense ." -The New York Times "If Stephen Hawking and Stephen King wrote a novel. Ted Kosmatka weaves these quantum physics ideas as threads in the most interesting science thriller I’ve read this year. The Flicker Men twists the weird implications of the experiment into a narrative that is both surprising and philosophically rich. 4 Responses to New release.

The Flicker Men. Imprint: Penguin. Published: 21/04/ ISBN: Length: Pages. Dimensions: mm x 25mm x mm. Weight: g. With that out of the way, Ted Kosmatka's The Flicker Men, his third novel, pushes those buttons in ways that will appeal to anyone looking for a. Kosmatka (Prophet of Bones) effectively harnesses his impressive imagination in the service of a mind-blowing plot in this outstanding SF.

Ted Kosmatka's sci-fi thriller The Flicker Men is available July 21st from Henry Holt & Co. I sat in the rain with a gun. A wave climbed the pebbly. Kristin Centorcelli: You tackle some big themes in your new book, The Flicker Men! Will you tell us a bit about it and what inspired you to write it. Eric Argus, Kosmatka's narrator, is a troubled man. When the book opens, his life is nearing the bottom of an emotional, professional, and.

Ted Kosmatka is an American writer. His short stories have been reprinted in ten Year's Best Novels[edit]. The Games (); Prophet of Bones (); The Flicker Men (). Ted Kosmatka's latest novel, The Flicker Men, touches on the role that genetics plays in the age-old argument of free will vs. fate. "If Stephen Hawking and Stephen King wrote a novel together, you'd get The Flicker Men. Brilliant, disturbing, and beautifully told." -Hugh Howey, New York.

The main character of The Flicker Men is Eric Argus, a troubled scientist who soon finds himself out of his depth. I'm a huge fan of what James.

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The Flicker Men is science-fiction, hard science-fiction. It is rooted in the real world science of Feynman's double slit experiments that proved.

Taking Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle and running with it—straight to Stephen King thriller land, Ted Kosmatka's The Flicker Men () is.

The Flicker Men | Ted Kosmatka | | Michael Joseph | p | Bought copy | Buy the book Eric Argus is a quantum physicist, a genius, who. The Flicker Men by Ted Kosmatka - Fascinating and Soooo Over My Head At the Same Time! Science Fiction Lover Alert!. Buy The Flicker Men by Ted Kosmatka from Amazon's Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction.

The Flicker Men. Henry Holt & Company: New York: First edition, Hardcover, New in dust jacket, pp. Cover artwork by: Rick Pracher I guess you can.

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The Flicker Men,” by Ted Kosmatka, is an original, smart physics thriller that adds a layer of creepiness from the title characters, the mysterious. THE FLICKER MEN by Ted Kosmatka In this SF thriller, a struggling physicist looking to salvage his career redoes a classic physics experiment and discovers . The Flicker Men: A Novel (English Edition) eBook: Ted Kosmatka: : Kindle-Shop.

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