The Flicker Men, by Ted KosmatkaRead about another entry on the list.
I think this is the perfect use of science in fiction. Take a well-known physics experiment and add one tiny little twist – a simple question, really. Sick and twisted, but so beautifully simple. About a hundred pages in, I was cursing the author for messing with my mind. This book is evil. Best thing I’ve read in a while.
The Flicker Men is among David Walton's top five "books [that] take their audacious premises seriously, and bit by bit, explore the consequences to the characters and to humanity at large."
The Page 69 Test: The Flicker Men.
My Book, The Movie: The Flicker Men.