Kari Luna’s The Theory of Everything is a great combination of mystery, romance and science, making it perfect for every reader. With scenes like her first awkward encounter with the “Fab Physics Boy in all his vintage glory,” girls will be relating to Sophie with every turn of the page.
Sophie Sophia, a quirky sophomore in high school, faces the same issues as every other 14-year-old girl: moving around, wanting to be popular, falling for that class cutie—oh and also experiencing hallucinations.
The book takes its readers from city to city as Sophie settles down in
her latest school where she forces herself into an advanced physics class. She
meets her lab partner-turned-crush, Finny, and the two quickly bond over their
shared love of ’80s music and the “String Theory.”
But then there’s a different side to Sophie—one where she starts seeing
things just like her estranged physicist father. Ya know, things like marching
band pandas on the football field of her school.
Guided by her panda and Finny, Sophie is determined to get to the
bottom of her visions and find her dad once and for all.
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BY LEXI FRIED ON 7/22/2013 12:00:00 AM
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