A child is kidnapped but does not know it. One man dies, two physicists fight, and a senior constable falls in love. In the end, everything is different . . . yet exactly the same.” —Prologue
About the Author-
JULI ZEH’s debut novel, Eagles and Angels, won numerous prizes, including the German Book Prize. She has worked at the United Nations in New York and Krakow, and currently lives in Brandenburg. In Free Fall is her second book.
The story was a little hard to follow in the beginning and as it progressed, I was able to understand the storyline fully. It was a quick read and the characters were interesting. There was a lot of information about physics in which I was unfamiliar with. I have not taken a Physics class in high school yet but I found the book quite interesting. Good crime fiction novel full of twists and turns.
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