[ Read Online Zig Zag ↠´ holiday PDF ] by José Carlos Somoza Õ Este libro es la mezcla entre el comienzo de una porno, una pel cula de terror y scifi y el resultado es tan desastroso como suena, porque al querer ser tantas cosas juntas, para m , no termino siendo ninguna.
El comienzo es largo y aburrido, en especial toda la etapa universitaria que se me hizo eterna, porque todo el tiempo te est n prometiendo este gran y oscuro secreto del que Elisa est huyendo, pero llegas a la mitad del libro y todav a no estas donde lo interesante sucede Y cuando por fin sucede, te das cuenta que no era tan interesante como cre as.
Adem s, toda esa tensi n sexual con El era rid cula, por una parte el libro quer a que tuvieras miedo por los personajes y que sintieras la tensi n en el ambiente y por otro ten amos a todas las chicas supuestamente muertas de miedo pero poni ndose su mejor ropa porqu Scientists are not after the truth it is the truth that is after the scientists Karl Schlecta Advanced Physics student Elisa Robledo was selected to research Project Zig Zag with a team of some of the greatest scientific minds on the planet But 10 years after the project was unexpectedly terminated, her colleagues are suffering horrifying deaths one by one, and she gets a terrifying phone call that confirms that she could be next.
Zig Zag is sci fi deeply entrenched in physics and the possibilities of viewing events of the past for research purposes, of courseHits The science is lofty, but not written in a way that makes non scientist s brains blank out and scramble Each character appears to be equally deception There are enough secrets to go around, and we aren t completely familiar enough with each character to know who s innocent and w While An Advanced Physics Graduate Student At One Of The Most Prestigious Universities In Europe, Elisa Robledo, A Young Physics Professor Was Invited To Join A Select Research Team Working On Manipulating String Theory, Making It Possible To Witness Images Of The Past As If They Were Live And Actually Happening According To The Team S Research, Breaking Down Particles Of Light, And Accessing The Code Hidden Within Each Fragment, They Theorized That The Possibility Of Witnessing The Past, Viewing Such Milestone Events As Of The Crucifixion Of Christ, Or The Earth When Dinosaurs Still Roamed Scurried Away On A Remote Island In The Indian Ocean, They Made Leaping Advancements In Their Analysis Yet, Their Experiments Resulted In Something Much Frightening And Dangerous Than Any Of Them Could Have Ever Imagined The Team Awoke Something Dangerous In Their Meddling Into The Fluctuation Of TimeNow, Years Later, Elisa Is Faced With Solving The Mysterious And Gruesome Deaths Of Each Member Of The Team She Was Once So Proud To Be A Part Of Something Or Someone Has Focused Their Sights On Elisa And Her Former Academic Fellowship In Order To Solve The Mystery Behind What The Team S Experiments Awoke And Just Who Or What Is Behind The Dark Forces Trailing The Once Team S Every Move, Elisa Must Discover What Really Happened On The Island Where Her Team Was Once Sequestered, And Where She Had Naively Thought Their Dedicated Science Was Meant For Good , 11 3 , 10 540 Lost Fringe .
Jam s me imagin que un libro que tiene como eje la teor a de cuerdas, mucha matem tica y f sica cu ntica pudiera llegar a engancharme tanto al punto de ponerme nervioso, sin poder soltarlo y que, adem s, me genere un terror incre ble Muy buena prosa, una trama con giros y revelaciones a cada paso y un final que me dej con un l o en la cabeza RECOMENDADISIMO.
Juan Carlos Somoza Zig ZagAnother brilliant idea not so brilliantly executed It s rare to come across such original ideas nowadays, especially in the genre of science fiction, which makes the disappointment twice as big to see it wasted in clich s and cheap tricks I guess what bothered me most was the fact that Somoza objectified his own heroin And although the objectification makes sense quite cleverly, one might say in the end, the uneasiness remains, highlighted by the lack of a redemptive character development Another thing that spoiled the fun for me was the way the author served his characters on a plate Starting with the heroin, he spends four pages describing every bit of detail, from how she looks and what she wears to how she interacts with other people and how they interact with her, forcing us to wave the joy of gradual discovery goodbye A method he uses with all As others have said, this book s concept of seeing into the past is so interesting that I just long for better treatment of it For example, from the book Let s suppose we ask the satellites to capture a sequence of the Nile delta They do it, send it to us, and a computer processes it and obtains a series of maps of the pyramids After streaming the beam of electrons through our synchrotron, we recover the recently formed particles, and then another computer reconstructs them and captures the new image If we ve used the right amount of energy, then we ll be able to see the same place, the Egyptian Pyramids, but, say, three thousand years earlier with a little luck, for a few seconds, we ll be able to see a pyramid being built, or a pharaoh s burial ceremony And they do loo
If you like Michael Crichton, you will like this book I am learning quite a bit about String Theory so far I m having trouble putting it down too The action moves quickly.
Wow What an exciting book The ending surprised me and I love that I hate it when I figure it out before I get there The science was fascinating and understandable I had to stop and think about it at times, but it was not over your head kind of theoreticl physics.
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