Dima is a theoretical scientist researching options to investigate and change the future. His wife died of brain tumor. Oleg, a genius practical scientist, should weave a happier future into reality, but he can’t because none in a million futures has what Dima wants.
I liked this passionate tale about pseudo science, the relationship between the two scientists, and the discussion of theory vs. practice. The twist in the end is a bit predictable but morally interesting and masterfully set up, nonetheless.
It is the first time that I hear of this former Russion author, now living in Israel. Hopefully, there will be more.