New York Metropolis thrums with vitality, surprise, and risk on this magical novel in regards to the lifetime of Nikola Tesla.


It’s 1943, and the famend inventor Nikola Tesla occupies a forbidden room on the 33rd flooring of the Resort New Yorker, stealing electrical energy. Louisa, a younger maid on the resort decided to befriend him, wins his consideration via a shared love of pigeons; together with her we hear his tragic and great life story unfold. In the meantime, Louisa discovers that her father—and her good-looking, enigmatic love curiosity, Arthur Vaughan—are on an unlikely mission to journey again in time and discover his beloved late spouse. A masterful hybrid of historical past, biography, and science fiction, The Invention of Every part Else is an absorbing story about love and loss of life and a splendidly imagined homage to one among historical past’s most visionary scientists.
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