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A bestselling international literary sensation about whether a prime number can ever truly connect with someone elseA prime number can only be divided by itself or by one—it never truly fits with another Alice and Mattia both primes are misfits who seem destined to be alone Haunted by childhood tragedies that mark their lives they cannot reach out to anyone else When Alice and Mattia meet as teenagers they recognize in each other a kindred damaged spirit But the mathematically gifted Mattia accepts a research position that takes him thousands of miles away and the two are forced to separate Then a chance occurrence reunites them and forces a lifetime of concealed emotion to the surface Like Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time this is a stunning meditation on loneliness love and the weight of childhood experience that is set to become a universal classic


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    I finished this book moments ago and find myself irritated instead of thoughtful I want to love this novel it's unusual bleak as real and demanding as gum stuck to your shoe but there is no payoff for my time spent with it Each painstakingly set up scenario of adolescent and adult angsttrauma is left dangling like a series of complicated esher drawings that lead nowhere and are partially erasedThe author's style is raw and minimal He's able to occupy a girlwoman's psyche as seamlessly as a man's and he shines when he's occupying interior spaces she had grown attached to it with the obstinacy with which people become attached only to things that hurt them The lead characters battle with anorexia and cutting very current almost hip post modern symptomsBut where was the denouement or the arc? The lack of completion of myriad thoughts and plot devices SPOILER ALERT ie was it indeed Michela at the hospital? Does Alice survive her anorexia? What happens when Viola realizes her film is ruined? Without these answers even in the most obscured revelations we miss not only the emotional payoff but the lessonmovementcharacter growth IMOI'm disappointed because I was excited as I moved through the first half of the novel I felt I was discovering something In the end Giordano uses emptiness and lack of resolution as a plot device and I respond with the dissatisfaction I feel he should have expected Nihilism is negating not stimulating As a series of shorts moving toward some sort of message Giordano might have moved me As a novel I feel I'll have an eternal storyline itch I cannot scratch with The Solitude of Prime Numbers