I live in Los Alamos, so always like to listen to books about the lives of the brilliant scientists who lived and worked here during the Manhattan Project. This book, however, is more appropriate for a physicist. I think it would be fascinating for anyone in that field. It was interesting to try to fathom Feynman's unbelievable brilliance and the book accomplished that by leaving me in the dust!
No. The story was interesting, but I found it a bit "over the top."
Lots of projection.
Don't remember that I had one.
No extreme reaction. Just, "Really?"
Not my type of story. Interesting enough, but not a page-turner for me.
Interesting subject matter, but not my cup of tea. I do not have a strong enough background in Biblical teachings to absorb all of the information in this book.
I agree with many of the concepts that Ms. Katie presents. I think, however, that "The Work" would be almost impossible without help from a therapist. Very interesting.
An absolutely spellbinding book. The author does an incredible job of weaving all of the threads of this tragedy into an understandable, but frightening account. Highly recommended.
I am not a runner, but married to a marathoner. Bought him the hardcopy book and got intrigued reading the 1st few pages. Bought the audio version for myself and found it fascinating. It covers such a wide variety of running subjects. Have several friends who have run the Leadville 100, so found that subject expecially interesting. A must for runners--and their faithful supporters!
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