Schrodinger’s Telephone, a new novella, is available exclusively as a e-book through Amazon. This quick-read story is being offered for less than a cup of coffee (only 99 cents) and can be read on your Kindle, I-Pad, PC, tablet, phone, etc.

Here’s what some readers on Amazon had to say:

“Marion Stein reveals in Schrodinger’s Telephone an intimacy with Manhattan that rivals Jonathan Lethem.”

“I absolutely loved the writing, the pacing, the characters – in short, everything about the story.“

“Not only does the story raise interesting questions about depression, faith, religion, and the pressure to conform, but also about our ability to perceive the universe as it really is.”

“Marion Stein creates a compelling protagonist, Lizzie, to go along with her extraordinary premise, and in the process explores a twilight country that lies somewhere between science and faith, between grief and madness, between psychiatry and religion.”

“Schrodinger’s Telephone is desperately sad, but also full of hope. Is death really the end, or is there no such thing as the end? Schrodinger’s Telephone won’t give you the answer, but it will at least make you consider the question.”

“If you are a fan of Twilight Zone, then this is right up your alley.”

“I couldn’t put it down. Fast-paced, interesting plot – very thought-provoking. Marion Stein is a writer to keep an eye on.”

And from Big Al’s Books and Pals 3/3/13:

“Regardless of what we call it or how we categorize it, Schrodinger’s Telephone is a quick and engrossing read that will exercise your mind. How would you react if someone you knew insisted that something impossible had happened?

What if that someone was you?

Click here to see read a sample.

In the UK? Amazon UK readers like it too:

“Schrodinger’s Telephone is desperately sad, but also full of hope. Is death really the end, or is there no such thing as the end? Schrodinger’s Telephone won’t give you the answer, but it will at least make you consider the question.”

“This was a serendipitous discovery for me and I found myself enjoying it very much – but I was also intrigued by the central premise. I’ve always enjoyed those television programmes about physics and the possibilities of parallel universes, and that’s – essentially – the framework on which this engaging book is constructed.”


3 Comments on Schrodinger’s Telephone

  1. A.M. says:

    I just finished reading Schrodinger’s Telephone and what a wonderful read it was. Even a cynical old man like me with no discernible faith in anything found it moving, heart-breaking, challenging and uplifting in equal measures. Thank you Marion.

    • Marion says:

      Awesome. Thank you so much. If you could manage a short review on the Amazon UK site that would be a great way to tell other readers.

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