While studying advanced physics at a prestigious European university, Elisa Robledo was invited to join a select research team on a secret project to manipulate String Theory. It was the opportunity of a lifetime for the eager young scientist—the chance to actually view monumental events from the far distant past: dinosaurs roaming the Earth, life during the Stone Age, the crucifixion of Christ. But on a remote island in the Indian Ocean, the team's experiments went horribly awry . . . and something terrible was awakened.
Now, years later, Elisa's former colleagues are dying, one by one. The nightmare they created by meddling with Time is taking a shocking and gruesome toll. And only by uncovering the sinister truth behind the science can Elisa hope to survive the dark, devouring forces that mean to destroy her and the world she knows.
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The story spans 20-plus years, from 1992 Milan to 2015 Madrid, where physics professor Elisa Robledo teaches string theory (the conceptual challenge to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity positing nine additional spatial dimensions) and is an enigma to all around her.| Read Full Review of Zig Zag: A Novel
Originally posted Apr 13, 2007 Published in issue #930 Apr 20, 2007 Order article reprintsApr 13 2007 | Read Full Review of Zig Zag: A Novel
The serial killer in it, whom the scientists hes after come to know as Zig Zag, slices and dices his victims with abandon, with all of the time in the world at his command.| Read Full Review of Zig Zag: A Novel
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