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BOOK REVIEW: ZIG ZAG
BY JOSE CARLOS SOMOZA

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In 2005, Elisa Robledo is an advanced physics graduate student and is invited to join a research team working on manipulating the String Theory.

What is the String Theory? To describe it in simple terms it means to be able to witness the past in the present. The unimaginable happened. Something went terribly wrong with the research and the group disbanded and never spoke about the project again.

It is the year 2015. Elisa Robledo is a professor and is teaching an elective on modern theories of physics to second year engineering students. Then, in just a few short minutes, something happens that drastically changes her life. She receives a cell phone call that mentions two terrifying words: "Zig Zag". She knew exactly what this meant because all the members of her former team were a part of the research project "Zig Zag".

Elisa notices a headline in the newspaper regarding the murder of a former colleague that has been brutally murdered. Elisa learns that each member of her former research team is being murdered one at a time. She knows that she will be a victim too unless she can find out who or what is doing this. She must return to the island where the project took place and try and find out what went so terribly wrong.

Will Elisa be able to find out what is going on in this race against time?

Zig Zag is a novel with a very creative plot. It is obvious the author has done much research for this book and this shows throughout the story. The novel is loaded with suspense and many twists and turns that will surprise the reader. Even though the book has many references to physics, the reader really doesn't need to know anything about this subject. The author does a wonderful job of creating the atmosphere for this novel. The author has written a book that is clever and a real page-turner. This book is highly recommended.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

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