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simply outstanding. The insight into Einstein's personal life was fascinating. And help to explain his approach to science. It was particularly interesting to listen to this audio book while reading mcculloughs biography of Harry Truman.
Niels Bohr whose creativity, genius and courage was a match for Einstein, the greatest scientific mind of his time.
The structure and execution of this audio performance was brilliant. One of the very best I have experienced using the Audible format. Thank you!!
You'll never go wrong with an Isaacson biography...but especially with his Einstein biography. Thoroughly enjoyable, and more than worth a second listen...or a third, fourth, etc.
I zoned out through some of the science talk, but believe I understood a lot of it. There was enough life drama mixed with the science to keep me interested to the end. The narrator has a great voice and Einstein had an interesting life.
It when into a lot of detail in regards to his theories which can be overwhelming. I liked the parts regarding his personal history, but I was expecting more " social" history like when he met w the Indian poet and that pivotal meeting and his interactions w the movers and shakers of his era
Nazariy B. Telyuk
This one definitely surprised me with the interesting storyline, great narration and just a genius of Einstein. I have learned so much about Einstein and his works and his personality and life! I would definitely recommend this book to anybody who is curious and likes something interesting to listen to. Thanks!
This book will have your mind tingling with curious information on Einstein. The fluidity of the writing is exemplified by the narrator. 5 stars all the way!
Yes, it gives insight about the life of an amazing person.
The effort spent on compiling the story from various letters and other sources.
Debate between Einstein and Neils Bohr,
No. It is a long book. I would recommend spreading it out for several weeks.
Einstein Einstein Einstein- Niels Bohr.
I liked learning about Einstein and how he lived, especially his childhood and his years in America.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book, however, around 2/3rds of the way through it became rather dull when it was explaining more about how Einstein was bent on disproving quantum mechanics. That was a small section though and I believe it helped show Einstein's political side after his miracle year.
I liked how Walter showed the humanity of Albert, in both his genius and his life. Got a full run down on the history of his life and an In depth look at the general theory of relativity.