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Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion Paperback – October 14, 2013

Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion: The Physics of Modern Love

Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion – a lot of rain, a modest amount of science, and complicated sex lead David Oster into mayhem in the Pacific Northwest.

Prepare to meet physicist David Oster, a big thinker, a charming cad who flees Caltech and his three girlfriends for the Pacific Northwest, pastoral fantasy firmly in hand. Whatever will he do with all that rain, yet another beautiful woman, and several crazy physicists intent on his ruin? Obviously he needs to discover some entirely new physics principle, as yet unnamed, but can he deliver?

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Editorial Reviews:

“An unpredictable, winningly bizarre academic satire.” — Kirkus Reviews

“Funny, meticulously controlled fiction debut…” — Kirkus Reviews

“Crackles with wit, humor, and charm.” –Ted Bell

“Physics has never been funnier!” — Dr. Zaven Arzoumanian, Astrophysicist, NASA

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Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion Video:

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Awards:

A logo of Independent Publisher Book Awards IPPY Award 2015
Gold Medal Winner
-Best Regional Fiction
USA Best Book Awards Finalist USA Best Book Awards Finalist

Kirkus Reviews Special Edition: An Insider's Guide to the Hottest Books at BEA and ALA PLUS Our Full May 15th Issue with a page featuring Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion as one of 12 Most Cinematic Indie Books of 2014 (So Far)

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Ratings:

Amazon 4 1/2 Stars Rating from Amazon.com for Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion
Goodreads 4 Stars Rating from GoodReads for Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion

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Editorial Review:

“I love the idea of men choosing female voices to better admire themselves.”

–Diane Johnson