4 out of 4 stars
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"Timewise" by Robert Leet is a fictional novel. The author created an exceptional book that keeps the reader continuously entertained and interested. Beginning with the title, the author already creates a sense of curiosity and invites the reader to engage emotionally and cognitively in the mysteries of the Universe.
"Timewise" creates a mind stretching experience when conversing about physics concepts far beyond anyone could think and talk about in their everyday life. Imagination is heightened trying to make sense of new theories even placing them in practice by the characters in this book.
Ron Larsen is the main character of this fictional book. There is a great deal of evolution of his character as a human being and he has a very divers range of experiences from each person that he meets. It shows how one can benefit from having different network systems in place and respecting other views and perspectives can give a wide array of social securements. Regina Russo is a physics professor whose ideologies regarding time and her trying to create a machine to be able to foresee the future creates suspense throughout the book.
I rate this book 4 out of 4 because I could not wait to pick up and read from where I left off. I tried to always have the right ambiance so I can concentrate on the complexity of the information that kept me focused. The readers that would appreciate this book would be the ones that are science enthusiasts, mathematicians, and philosophers. Also, other audience would be anyone who would love to think outside the box and envision that there could be new concepts and theories that other physicists were not able to think of it yet nor put it into practice.
The book made me think of how vast the human knowledge can be of the Universe but also that it could be only a certain percentage of it. The imagination is that there are many aspects of the Universe in general that people might never be able to explore or even realize that it could ever exist. On the other hand, it could be someone like Regina Russo who would be bold enough to try to put her concepts into practice with Ron Larsen's help.
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