I couldn't even finish it - Sure she's smart, but not an author for philosophy junkies like the title suggests. More a work for the scientific community.
Profound truths and real life applications abound in this humble and enlightening piece. Buy it twice; once for you and again for your neighbor! (no kidding)
Get out your bible concordance and your graph paper if you want to follow this one.
It's unfortunate that books this technical are allowed to be made into audio books. I have tried and tried to listen and understand this book but the in-depth study of astro/nuclear physics isn't made for audiobooks; that is, unless you are an astro/nuclear physicist. References are also made of illustrations that obviously can't be seen in this format.
As an overview of the book in general? It sounds like an painful stretch to explain the inexplicable.
"You cannot go on seeing through things for ever. The whole point of seeing through something is to see something through it. . . . If you see through everything, then everything is transparent. But a wholly transparent world is an invisible world. To see through all things is the same as not to see.”
—C. S. Lewis
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