It was a little over my head, but that's what I was hoping for. The author get very detailed about his work without getting to complicated all at once. He tells you a bit, then tells a story about something giving you time to let it sink in, then explains a bit more. All without knowing that's what he is doing until the end, if you notice at all.
The narrator was fantastic. Very well done. I could have been sitting next to the author over tea and just been listening to a story.
I greatly enjoyed the inside story at CERN, and getting to understand how the process of "proving" the Higgs is the Higgs.
A great lecture about Einstein's relativity, with some background in basic physics to get a good understanding of what he's talking about. I'd recommend this for anybody who is curious about the subject matter.
The professor does go quite fast sometimes but he is good at repeating himself or to give another explanation to better explain the thought he was trying to get across.
A good story and good explanations of the history of relativity. A great story of Einstein and what he went through as he was developing his theory's.
The narrator is very good. I will probably listen to it more often because he reads is so well. He is not reading a book, but telling a story. Very well done.
I was more interested in the science than the man, but if you want a balanced look at both, this is the book your looking for.