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"Awesome narration about the origin, evolution of our universe, the physical laws governing our cosmos"
It is indeed a wonderful presentation! I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the book! I thought the title of the book could have been other than " Death by Black Hole " coz what you hear and what is covered is certainly much more than the ominous " Black Hole' :-)
Favorite Genres: Urban/Preternatural Fantasy, Science Fiction, Knitting Favorite Story Components: character development, under-dog success stories
I had fun listening to this collection of essays, and I am definitely looking for more works narrated by Mr. Graham as he had an enjoyable voice and diction.
The essays were well written, articulate, in places thought provoking, and drew upon sometimes too common examples. By the same token, the majority of places where I found the examples or metaphors repetitive concerned complex topics.
Everything about this book is awesome.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is so interesting & charismatic. So much information..
Learnt a lot if new & interesting things:-)
Great book definitely something you need to take your time to absorb. I recommend it for anyone that wants to expand their knowledge on the basics of the universe.
Overall very good, with small portions of dry lists of facts that belabor certain points. We get it! The universe is big!
Maybe, I missed the point of this book, but it seemed to be more a philosophical discussion with a healthy dose of wonder tossed in for flavor.
If you were expecting learn something, don't. This book is more suited for a tabloid TV show than a learning experience.
I was looking for something exciting and insightful, but was left feeling flat.
If time travel becomes a reality, I want the time I spent with this book back.
I love NDT's in-your-face, it-is-what-it-is style of writing. Excellent source of knowledge, fun facts, and humour.
The narrator is wonderful, also; but for one oopsie: he called the Saturn V (five) rocket the Saturn V (like Victor) rocket. Cringe-worthy, but hasn't prevented me from listening over and over (and over) again!