Frank Lloyd Wright is well known for setting new standards in architectural design. This book tells of how he pushed the envelope on social and even moral issues of his time - mistresses, divorces, equality of the sexes and races... The narrative is told by one of his apprentices in a very unique third party tale whose chronology jumps back and forth.
Not only is this a chance to hear the great Heinlein himself speak, but his words are thought provoking. A must listen.
This is a look at the life of the famous author and her experiences influenced her life. Short and interesting.
The author does a great job of explaining scientific concepts so someone without an advanced degree in physics can understand. Great non-fiction read for those who want to continue to expand their knowledge about the world(s) around us.
Heinlein does an excellent job in weaving yet another tale that travels throughout space. His character development is superb. This is a "can't put it down yet" story. Enjoy.
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