The Solitude of Prime Numbers

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He had learned his lesson. Choices are made in a few seconds and paid for in the time that remains. A prime number is inherently a solitary thing: it can only be divided by itself, or by one; it never truly fits with another. Alice and Mattia also move on their own axes, alone with their personal tragedies. As a child Alice's overbearing father drove her first to a terrible skiing accident, and then to anorexia. When she meets Mattia she recognises a kindred spirit, and Mattia reveals to Alice his terrible secret: that as a ...

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Bill B

Dec 6, 2012

Interesting

The book creates a story from isolated incidents which make up a total picture of life. It is based on the individual lives of people trying to come to grips with real life issues.

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