By: Lindsey Lane
Location: FIC LAN
Genre: Young adult mystery
"Evidence of Things Not Seen masterfully
weaves science, suspense, amazing characters, and scintillating writing
to create a multiple universe of stories and lives joined by the power
of a single mysterious event. Lindsey Lane has written a unique,
powerful novel.” —Francisco Stork, author of Marcelo and the Real World "
When a teenage genius goes missing, the residents of a small Texas town try to unravel the mystery.
Tommy Smythe is missing.
Fact: Tommy was very good at physics and less good at basic human interaction.
Fact: Tommy recorded his thoughts and observations in a notebook.
Fact: Tommy believed in the existence of parallel universes.
Fact: Tommy was adopted.
conclusions to be drawn from the facts are not simple. Did he run away
to find his birth parents? Did he slip through a wormhole and enter one
of the multiple universes he believed in? Did he simply wander off?
Only one thing is certain: until one possibility is proven true, all possibilities exist.
through multiple perspectives, here is a story about how the residents
of a small town seek answers to the mystery of a teen’s disappearance. Evidence of Things Not Seen by Lindsey Lane explores themes of loneliness, connectedness, and the role we play in creating our own realities.