Paolo Giordano

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Paolo Giordano


Born
in Turin, Italy
December 19, 1982

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Paolo Giordano is a professional physicist and is currently working on a doctorate in particle physics. The Solitude of Prime Numbers, his first novel, took Italy by storm where it has sold over a million copies. It is being translated into twenty languages and has sold all over the world.

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Il corpo umano

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Like Family

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The Human Body

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The Devil in Jerusalem

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Full of life

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La solitudine del maratoneta

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Principianti

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De mooie zomer

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“Choices are made in brief seconds and paid for in the time that remains.”
Paolo Giordano, The Solitude of Prime Numbers

“People took what they wanted, they clutched at coincidences, the few there were, and made a life from them. . . . Choices are made in brief seconds and paid for in the time that remains.”
Paolo Giordano, The Solitude of Prime Numbers

“You'll get used to it. In the end you won't even notice it anymore," he said.

"How is that possible? It will always be there, right before my eyes."

"Exactly," said Mattia. "Which is precisely why you won't see it anymore.”
Paolo Giordano, The Solitude of Prime Numbers

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