Yes, very good acting.
I enjoyed Scott Brinks nuanced telling of the story.
I was listening to it, across several long, solo bike rides.
I first read the story when I was a teen, and later saw several of the pieces on outer limits. The spoken version reminded me how much I enjoy the stories of Ray Bradbury!
I picked up this audio, to get focus on my daily commute and discovered it broke the drudgery and left me focused and happy for the reminder of the day.
The story is about how you will be changing, which was very cool.
I remember waking up feeling great!
I know this is a strange review, but what can I say, its about changed you to be the best you can be!
This story is about a mathematician, a profession which very few understand, and fewer understand the impact on their own lives and livelihood.
Ramanujan formulas for reality and infinity, and to stop the audio and think about it for a day, before replaying the chapter and understanding the depths of this mans mind.
The presentation was better then good, clear and understandable.
The last chapter, to understand how this man has changed the core of society throughout the earth, but not changed is own country.
There are moments, when mathematical formulas are read, which need to be repeated several times to understand. Very enjoyable book.
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