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Christopher Meeks's Reviews

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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Sep.28.2011
Published by Book Club Classics
When Christopher Meeks contacted me because his latest novel was soon to published, I was thrilled. I had read and reviewed two of his earlier works — The Brightest Moon of the...
Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Sep.23.2011
Published by This Miss Loves to Read
Love at Absolute Zero is a gem of a book, and as I rarely begin a review with such a direct declaration, you can be sure that I truly enjoyed reading this story, from the first to...
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Sep.21.2011
Published by She Treads Softly
The premise behind Christopher Meeks's novel Love At Absolute Zero intrigued me right from the start. I know scientifically inclined geeks rather well and will admit...
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Sep.16.2011
Published by The Raabe Review
“If the experiments do not bear out the hypothesis, the hypothesis must be rejected or modified.” - From the Scientific Method When physicist Gunnar Gunderson decides it’s time to...
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Sep.14.2011
Published by Book Briefs
Even though I am not a huge science person, I really appreciated how committed Gunnar was to science. EVERYTHING must be related to science for him, or he simply does not...
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Sep.14.2011
Published by Amazon.com
FIVE STARS The idea of using scientific method to find romance seems a challenging premise for a novel. Christopher Meeks accomplishes that, and then some. We start by following...
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Sep.11.2011
Published by Midwest Book Review - Small Press Bookwatch
Thermodynamics are nothing; it's that love thing that is so frustratingly hard to figure out. Love at Absolute Zero is a novel following Gunnar Gunderson, a physicist on the...
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Sep.12.2011
Published by Raging Bibliomaniac
Gunnar Gunderson is a physicist with some pretty straightforward ways at looking at the world. While his research delving into the physics of absolute zero is going very well and...
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Sep.13.2011
Published by Alive on the Shelves
Gunnar Gunderson is having his midlife crisis a little early. He’s just gotten tenure and suddenly he decides he needs a wife. Gunnar’s a scientist, not a romantic, so he decides...
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Jun.28.2011
Published by Red Adept Reviews
I purchased "Love at Absolute Zero," by Christopher Meeks, from Amazon because I had enjoyed previous works by the author, and the storyline intrigued me. Plot/Storyline: 5 stars...
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Jun.24.2011
Published by Small Press Reviews
"Love at Absolute Zero" represents an experiment for Christopher Meeks in more ways than one. First off, it’s only available as an e-book, as Meeks, whose previous (wonderful)...
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Jun.22.2011
Published by Grady Harp
FIVE STARS The concept of marrying science and passion as the topic for a novel is a challenging one at best. And that is exactly what Christopher Meeks has succeeded in meeting...
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May.04.2011
Published by Book Chase
"Love at Absolute Zero" is about a brilliant man naïve to the ways of the world. He might be an inspired scientific researcher but, when it comes to women, Gunnar hasn’t a clue,...
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Apr.10.2006
Published by Pod-dy Mouth
NOTE: This is the review that started it all. Pod-dy Mouth was a popular website at the time, reviewing books printed on demand. The reviewer was anonymous, though she gave clues...
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Apr.26.2010
Published by The Paper
Christopher Meeks is a brilliant short story writer, and I knew I wanted to read this novel the minute I read the title. After all, doesn't everyone want to know what happened...