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Love At Absolute Zero

Length: 399 pages4 hours


"Love At Absolute Zero" is about a physicist who tries to apply the tools of science to finding a soul mate. Specifically, Gunnar Gunderson, a 32-year-old physicist at the University of Wisconsin, gets a promotion, and all he can think of now is finding a wife. To meet his soul mate within three days--that's what he wants and all time he can carve out in a research competition--he and his team are using the scientific method, to riotous results.

"As if Einstein didn't struggle hard enough failing at a unified field theory," says Philip Persinger, author of 'Do The Math,' "Meeks ups the ante by tossing philosophy, anthropology, hashish and love (with a capital L) into the mix. And while we're so sorry, Uncle Albert, in 'Love At Absolute Zero', Meeks succeeds absolutely."

"I've read both of Meeks's short story collections and 'The Brightest Moon of the Century'," says author Kevin Gerard (Conor and the Crossworlds). "I roared through 'Love At Absolute Zero' in a day and a half. Meeks's prose is carefully crafted, his characters compelling and entertaining. I love everything he writes, and I recommend 'Love At Absolute Zero' without reservation."

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