THESE ARE NOT THE TRINITY PAPERS
“IT’S ABOUT YOUR MASTERPIECE, MR. BERINGER,” ELIAS SAYS. “IT’S ABOUT THE TRINITY THEORY OF THE HARD PROBLEM.”
Isaac Beringer knows the thesis he penned during his psychotic fit was utterly absurd and he was right to be laughed out of academia. Yet decades later, he finds himself summoned to the United States by Elias Cohen, the CEO of a multi-billion dollar technological giant who just happens to be his biggest fan. Elias may be beautiful and brilliant, but Isaac knows he must also be extremely batty to consider Isaac’s thesis the greatest scientific work of the 21st century. He soon finds out how deep the rabbit hole goes; a rabbit hole that houses a sprawling neural network of servers designed to emulate human learning, human corpses 3D-printed with flesh and blood, and a monumental amount of effort to resurrect one particular person from the dead. And Elias isn’t even his only fan.
Isaac might have shaken off his insanity, but unfortunately, the world around him has just fallen in love with it.
4.50 STARS ON GOODREADS
“If you for some reason were looking for the Trinity Papers, I’m sorry to inform you that this book is not what you sought. But you really ought to read it anyway. If you don’t, you will miss out on something truly extraordinary – and absolutely unforgettable.” ★★★★★
“Wonderfully written, Zalecki pieces together a narrative that not only gives us a fun, extravagant sci-fi romp through the west coast, but a critical look into our own self-doubts.” ★★★★★
“I would recommend this novel to anyone who wants to be completely sat down flat on their ass by a story they have never experienced before. This is a beautiful mesh of sci-fi, thriller, romance, and fantasy along with real life moral dilemmas. I feel like a life lesson got taught to me and I’ve still yet to unravel it.” ★★★★★
“I’ve reread Trinity Papers multiple times, each time as voraciously as the last. I cannot recommend it enough if you love pathetic but endearing old men, and pretty boys with dark secrets.” ★★★★★
“One of the most beautiful, fucked-up, out-there novels I’ve ever read. Just fantastic in every way.” ★★★★★
“At points this book made me feel so helpless, and I loved it.” ★★★★★