An exploration of the nature of reality in Brett’s page turning novel The Schrödinger Girl

In The Schrödinger Girl by Laurel Brett, Garrett Adams, a psychology professor, meets Daphne, a compelling young woman who appears to exist as four separate versions of herself – and suddenly everything changes. In a word, Garrett is obsessed: Can he understand who Daphne is and what’s behind her seemingly impossible multiple existences? With the 1960s as a backdrop, this book explores questions about reality and knowledge in ways I’d never considered before. The New York Times Book Review called it “a rare page turner” – and I completely agree!

If you read it, I’d love to hear what you think.

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