The Theory of (Not Quite) Everything by Kara Gnodde is a love story with a massive difference – it’s not a mushy romance novel.
Mimi lives with her brother, Art, who is a talented mathematician and professor. Despite his intelligence, he is challenged with OCD.
Mimi has always cared for him, but the role of carer stepped up after the tragic death of their parents. She loves her brother, but also longs for a man to enter her life who will love her and delight in her.
Someone special just for her.
One day she makes a pact with her brother, and promises to follow his carefully worked out algorithm and pick the guy that shows up at the best time. Little did she know that Frank would enter her life, and she would fall head over heels in love.
What’s even more wonderful is that Frank falls for her as well. Art is not impressed, and finds that he does not trust Frank at all so he sets out to prove that Frank can’t be trusted.
This story shows that often things are not quite what they seem and at times you need to dig deeper to unearth the truth.
The deep love between a brother and sister although a blessing can at times weigh a person down, but when the crunch comes that love will resurface.
This is a great read with a difference and perfect for the upcoming four day Easter Weekend. It’s a book that goes perfectly with chocolate.
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Im a Mum of 3 beautiful girls.
An avid reader that loves to travel but lacks the funds to venture far and wide constantly. A perfumeaholic with an addiction to beauty and skincare.
If not found with my head in a book or on a plane I can be found spending hours upon hour in Doctors and Hospital waiting rooms as part of my job as a Carer