Friday, September 14, 2018

Love is Both Wave and Particle by Paul Cody; reviewed by Sanah Sanduja







Love is both Wave and Particle was an interesting book told by several perspectives. It was very confusing due to the fact that the author does not provide quotation marks nor who is speaking. Because of this, it was difficult to decipher what was actually said by who, especially since many different characters became narrator at different times. Aside from the dialogue, the novel was about a very sweet love story between two extraordinary people. The two people that fall in love have been through a lot, and are brought together for a special assignment at school. Although they have completely different lives, they have much more in common than they think they do. This book is engaging right from the start up until the last line. I would rate this novel a 4. 

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