|Plot Summary of Finding Einstein's Molecules|
|" Dilon Markols and his team of mostly humanoid underdogs are streaking throughout the galaxy attempting to win the Zilbo, the crowning event in the supremely popular sport of galactic scavenger hunting. The most highly prized item in this hunt is the complete set of molecules which formerly made up one Albert E. Einstein, long dead scientist and megalomaniac.
Piloting a sporty ship that surfs on thought waves, the fledgling team's adventures include extracting a planet from a small dog, escaping the wrath of inflatable life forms, a penguin bombing, and taking on a new teammate, an intelligent rubber ball. Blocking their run for victory are obstacles like the Simolian conglomerate (an invisible headed race favored to win), entrapment in thought space, and perhaps worst of all, an evil fax copy of Einstein himself.
Finding Einstein's Molecules also sheds some off-angled light on the creation and nature of the universe, alternate Earth history, and the sinking of the Titanic."
John Perras, Resident Scholar
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|Review Analysis of Finding Einstein's Molecules|
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Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Composition of Book
Descript. of chases or violence - 20%
planning/preparing, gather info, debate puzzles/motives - 30%
Feelings, relationships, character bio/development - 10%
Descript. of society, phenomena (tech), places - 40%
Tone of book
- humorous or laughable
FANTASY or SCIENCE FICTION?
- science fiction story
Explore/1st contact/ enviro story
- exploring a wondrous planet or phenomena
Is this an adult or child's book?
- Adult or Young Adult Book
- pilot, civilian
How sensitive is this character?
- hard edged
Sense of humor
- Mostly serious with occasional humor
- Smarter than most other characters
- average physique
- an organization
How much of work is main antagonist actually present in:
- a moderate amount
- 19th century
- futuristic human freighter/transport
A substantial portion of this book takes place on a non-Earth planetary body:
- humans in a futuristic society
Takes place on Earth?
Planet outside solar system?
Takes place in spaceship?
- mostly 3rd
Accounts of torture and death?
- generic/vague references to death/punishment
scientific jargon? (SF only)
- none/very little science jargon needed
How much dialogue?
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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