Schrödinger’s Cat

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A young mother, Chordelia, is trapped, moving between two realities, one where her daughter is dying and the other where her daughter is healthy, but other problems exist.

Dr. Penny introduces her to Everett’s Many Worlds Theory of Quantum Physics and Chordelia finds she must make a choice between her realities.

But when that choice is made, will she be able to live with the consequences. More

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About Eileen Schuh

I have a background in journalism, but am now focusing on fiction. My first novella SCHRÖDINGER'S CAT is a psychological thriller in the SciFi genre.

I'm also the author of THE TRAZ, the first in my BackTracker crime series and its sequel FATAL ERROR.

If you like psychological thrillers, I'm your kind of author.

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Review by: nancy defreitas on Oct. 26, 2011 :
I found this book to be very interesting and look forward to reading more of Eileen schuh's books.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Maranda Russell on Aug. 18, 2011 :
This is the second novel I have had the pleasure to read by author Eileen Schuh. And while I did enjoy the first book, "The Traz", which is a young adult story, I must admit I personally found "Schrodinger's Cat" even better. Of course, that may be because I am a HUGE fan of psychological thrillers, which is what this story really is. Throughout the book, the author keeps you guessing about whether the main character, Chorie, is really traveling between different realities or whether she has just gone insane from the grief of dealing with a daughter who is dying. This story is told masterfully from the beginning to the end, and the end is one that really leaves you thinking. Just like a good episode of "The Twilight Zone", this story will have you questioning the boundaries of science and reality.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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