While this book is full of interesting information the authors examples make the point he is trying to make overly complicated because he insists on injecting his version of humor into almost every one leaving the example hard and at times almost impossible to understand.
The book would have been much better if the author could have used some restraint in trying to prove his whit every 30 seconds.
I would have given it 5 stars if not for the narration.
The book was great but they should have Dan Cashman narrate a version of this book like he did with "What Do You Care What Other People Think?: Further Adventures of a Curious Character" it would have been much more enjoyable to listen too.
I found it deeply touching how he explained his life with his first wife. I had always thought that there was something missing in "Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!".
While I found the thorough explanation intriguing about the space shuttle disaster investigation I could see how someone that was not as interested in the subject could find the last half of this book a little mundane.
The author should have done his listeners a service and had someone else narrate his book.
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