No idea (just read some interviews and book reviews not the book itself).
High quality throughout.
Nope it has chapters of suitable lenghts.
Great book that cover a variety of topics, the writer is updated on the subjects and a good communicator. Never mind the other review concerning the accent, it is preferable in some (or most I will say) cases to listen to an author rather than an actor. If you are in to quite clever pop-sci this is one obvious pick to listen through.
Genius, important, correct.
The part that started with the first sentence of the book and ended with the last.
His alter ego.
Yup, hard to put down. Takes ten hours to get through .
The writer is highly intelligent. We should (in this case) be happy that he smoked some weed in his first Caltech years so he could drop out and focus on social science instead, this book raises the level of this type of writing. Had Mlodinow not taken his irregular route through life he may have (predictably) taken home his Nobel prize in boring old physics, we can be happy he chose as he did (subliminal driven or not) to raise the bar of former 'trivial' and 'un-scientific' science.
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