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Something was missing. Like an electron, whose probability curve suggested that it should be on that page, and yet defied detection, repeatedly. After several rereads, she could neither find it, nor could she say what it was.

The Things We See

Nidhi Arora
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Something was missing. Like an electron, whose probability curve suggested that it should be on that page, and yet defied detection, repeatedly. After several rereads, she could neither find it, nor could she say what it was.
Aspiring quantum physicist Sumi is newly married and has moved into her husband’s family home. Here she observes that the beguilingly tranquil middle-class town of Shantinagar is not very different from her beloved quantum world, with happenings in one house being cryptically entangled with things next door, objects mysteriously disappearing then reappearing again, and unexpected interactions revealing surprising truths. Indeed, right is not always right, wrong is rarely wrong and the truth, like the electron, can be both black and white, the shape it takes depending on how we see it. But when her household finds itself in dire straits, Sumi must blend logic with love to make sense of her new circumstances.

The Things We See is a warm and lively portrait of family life set in modern India where new philosophies are replacing old traditions, the younger generation are breaking all the rules and one woman’s astute observations can change everything.

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