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- The Life and Science of Richard Feynman
- By: James Gleick
- Narrated by: Dick Estell
- Length: 20 hrs and 5 mins
From the author of the national best seller Chaos comes an outstanding biography of one of the most dazzling and flamboyant scientists of the 20th century that "not only paints a highly attractive portrait of Feynman but also . . . makes for a stimulating adventure in the annals of science." ( The New York Times).
- By Douglas on 04-07-13
Story: Great - Reading: Annoying and embarrassing
Would you consider the audio edition of Genius to be better than the print version?
I suspect that reading this book on my own would have been preferable to this lacklustre reading. If the non-nuanced drone did not lull you to sleep; perhaps, it was from the jolt of the plethora of mispronunciations - names and common words - detritus, for example. An editor would have been helpful; Estell should realize that we are blushing with him. Despite the reading, I felt both entertained and edified by this biography. A five star awaiting another opportunity.
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