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The Theory of Everything

A brilliant physicist, who's about to reveal his theory that unites all scientific theories, finds that, despite all his professional success, his life is unraveling. Then he takes a mystical journey and comes to terms with the two most important women in his life: the guardian angel who evades his touch and the girlfriend who longs for it.

Random House, 1990

 

The Theory of Everything

RANDOM HOUSE, 1990

A brilliant physicist, who's about to reveal his theory that unites all scientific theories, finds that, despite all his professional success, his life is unraveling. Then he takes a mystical journey and comes to terms with the two most important women in his life: the guardian angel who evades his touch and the girlfriend who longs for it.


Paperback edition

 

Reviews OF The Theory of Everything

[Grunwald] has sheer authority as a storyteller... Her poetic gift for language, her sympathy for her characters, and her knowledge of how their emotions grow, shift and collide all help to realize the large ambitions of this novel. The Theory of Everything not only makes for engaging reading. It announces the emergence of a generously gifted new writer, daring enough to tackle some of Western literature's oldest philosophical issues. — Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times 

A marvelously daring second novel about science, magic, and understanding the universe.
— Kirkus Reviews

[Grunwald] is a fearless writer who takes on the most daunting outreaches of human thought and uses them as story elements... She has a nose for the surprises, for the secret traps that nature sets for its human creatures, tricking them again and again into living. — Nancy Forbes Romano, The Los Angeles Times

Original and rewarding. — The San Francisco Chronicle

An exalted, entrancing, and lyrical novel. — Booklist

A marvelously daring second novel about science, magic, and understanding the universe." — Kirkus Reviews

[Grunwald] has produced that rarest of items in the VCR age: an authentic philosophical novel. — Stefan Kanfer, Time