4.0 out of 5 stars thought provoking

This book starts as a deceptively 'easy read' drawing the reader in to a ready sympathy with the main character David. His early life, and progress through it, become more compelling as the character develops until the fantastical dream sequence chapters suddenly plunge the reader into a metaphysical roller coaster ride, demanding great nerve and staying power. Well worth it though, the closing chapters answered most of the questions raised during the ride, but created many others, not just about the story line, but also about the nature of love and life itself.
The next book in the trilogy will be eagerly awaited. Briar

5.0 out of 5 stars A book of Ethos and Pathos. Enjoy.

I really enjoyed this book. I liked the characters and the dreams and explanations were very thought provoking. Linda

5.0 out of 5 stars. New insight

I have never really thought of love in this way before. I felt the terror of Kate's experience with Phillip and the intense love you feel for your own child. This book is written with such depth of feeling, that you live it yourself, thankfully only briefly.
Looking forward to the last instalment. I would recommend this book to my family and friends.

5.0 out of 5 Stars. I really enjoyed the last book in this trilogy

I really enjoyed the last book in this trilogy, it was very thought provoking and pulled together all parts of the storyline. The characters really came alive for me and made me think more deeply about life choices and the effects they have on others. I am so glad I read this set.

5.0 out of 5 Stars. "Highly recommended"

"A great book ! Patrissia uses eloquent and descriptive language that helps you get immersed in her story. The Thermodynamics of Love gives the common and relatable subject of love a new perspective,and presents it to the reader in an entertaining manner. Highly recommended"

Reviews from readers of the printed version. 

“Yours is a lovely story beautifully told. It’s original with its themes of love, Goddeses and thermodynamics.”

John Vickers. Mathematician, poet, writer.

“I would just like to say how much I enjoyed The Secret Life of a God!   Your story of the hero's childhood made me cry.  The writing is beautiful, spiritual and poetic and I found it very readable throughout.  I love the way you have intertwined his multi-faceted religious experience with his scientific turn of mind.  The book is a really good read but thought provoking at the same time.  There is a lot of originality here and I would thoroughly recommend it.”

Patsy Hughes. Writer

Comments from You Write On colleages

You definitely know how to write and to bring characters to life!
You make them really live and vivid!
But not only this. You involve the reader into the world of your story!As if I was along them.And dialogue is very good.Thrifty but powerful.
And the affair is good.People always would like stories about how one forlorn manages to rebuild his life and what kind of difficulties he would meet on the way. But the other side is that stories like this would not only amuse people. They will educate them and make them more human.
Thank you for this story. It was really a pleasure for me.

I was delighted to see a novel with Indian characters and I thought you incorporated the boy's discovery of the Bhagavad Gita poetry very well. The character of the uncle is also well incorporated into the action and his role in the boy's life came across very meaningfully .