“Love destroys. Thought creates.”
Nikola Tesla is in love with a pigeon. And his experiments. And maybe with a woman he shouldn’t be in love with. Louisa doesn’t want to be in love at all, but she might be. Her father is in love with his wife, but she happens to be dead. There’s not much more I can say about this book without giving away crucial plot points, but I can say that the entirety of the novel explores that quote, above – it’s up to the reader to determine whether this hypothesis is true, or not. I highly recommend checking out the book’s website as well.