Theory Of (Not Quite) Everything TPB

by Kara Gnodde | 02 March 2023

The Theory of (Not Quite) Everything is a beautiful, warm-hearted and poignant story
about two siblings, Art and Mimi Brotherton, who, bound by the tragic death of their
parents, find themselves living together as adults with their outlook aligned on not
quite everything.
It tells the story of Mimi, who is living a life constrained by the demands of her genius
brother. Art is an esteemed mathematics professor, whose every move is dictated by
routine and his pursuit to solve an important, notoriously complicated maths problem.
When Mimi decides to find love, Art does the only logical thing: devises a strict
mathematical algorithm to help her. But then Mimi meets Frank – a hopeless romantic,
stargazer, and also a mathematician, and certainly not algorithm approved. As Art’s
mistrust grows, so do Mimi’s feelings, and the siblings’ relationship is tested to
breaking point – for something about Frank doesn’t quite add up, and only Art can
see it…
In a world where three is an always an odd number, will they be able to reconcile
their differences and find the answers they’re hoping for?

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The Theory of (Not Quite) Everything is a beautiful, warm-hearted and poignant story
about two siblings, Art and Mimi Brotherton, who, bound by the tragic death of their
parents, find themselves living together as adults with their outlook aligned on not
quite everything.
It tells the story of Mimi, who is living a life constrained by the demands of her genius
brother. Art is an esteemed mathematics professor, whose every move is dictated by
routine and his pursuit to solve an important, notoriously complicated maths problem.
When Mimi decides to find love, Art does the only logical thing: devises a strict
mathematical algorithm to help her. But then Mimi meets Frank – a hopeless romantic,
stargazer, and also a mathematician, and certainly not algorithm approved. As Art’s
mistrust grows, so do Mimi’s feelings, and the siblings’ relationship is tested to
breaking point – for something about Frank doesn’t quite add up, and only Art can
see it…
In a world where three is an always an odd number, will they be able to reconcile
their differences and find the answers they’re hoping for?

Quantity:
Delivered on day of publication
Eligible for free delivery
47 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

€15.99
Delivered on day of publication
Eligible for free delivery
Quantity:
47 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

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