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Have you seen someone from a movie that made you wonder if someone like that exists in real life? Like Superman, or Wonderwoman - someone with extraordinary qualities that only lives by your imagination? I thought they are just like that: from my fantasy. Until, I came across Stephen Hawking.

Stephen Hawking is a name that is impossible to ignore, at least if you're a human from Earth. He was called the modern day Einstein for a reason.

Stephen Hawking: The Man Who Defied All Limits includes:

  • What everyone ought to know about Stephen Hawking: How he was predicted to die by 21, and how he extended his life to 76
  • Stephen Hawking is a robot: How he can talk without opening his mouth
  • Why A Brief History of Time will change the way you think: From the Big Bang to black holes
  • The universe explained in an easy way: You don't have to be a scientist or cosmologist to understand
  • Interpretation of The Theory of Everything: The Origin and Fate of the Universe
  • Fall in love with physics and science by his beliefs
  • And much, much more!

Are you ready to know about a real-life superhero who lived in our generation? You will be amazed at how he surpassed hindrances that are not imaginable. Much of the content of this book is being debated for his belief which have a different approach.

So if you are interested in theoretical physics or just want to be inspired by someone who defied all limits, don't wait any longer! Buy now!
 

©2018 Dave A. Andrew (P)2018 Dave A. Andrew

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Easy short Bio.

Some times you need just the minimum to start off on your own to do further research. This book in addition to giving you a short but solid bio gives you a bibliography of Stephen Hawkin's books, but the chapter names so that you can always find wht you want in his works themselves. I appreciate shortcuts like this. The narrator has a great strong voie that conveys the material without getting in the way of the material which I also deeply appreciate.

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  • Bob
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  • 07-06-18

awesome

I rarely read Biographies, but I saw the reaction on Social Media when Stephen Hawking died. And when I saw it in Audible, I told myself that I have to get it. It's mind-boggling how one person could accomplish so many things despite his sickness. This made the book exciting, given that he was just given until age 21 to live, and he surpassed that by 50 years. Short read, that deserves the attention!

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A great man indeed

I often heard of Stephen Hawking but ever really knew much about him until listening to this. Just wow, is all I kept thinking as I listened. Despite his disability, he kept going and not allowing it to stop him. I also did not know about the children books he and his daughter wrote. Can you guess what books my grandchildren will be getting for Christmas? Rest in peace Mr. Hawking, you will be remembered for generations.

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A Hero who left too Soon

This book is very eye opening. I come from a home where we believe everything comes from spiritual then science. Most importantly, this book explain many things about how the world and science come together. Also to know that, he’s the modern day Einstein for many reasons. Like the beginning of Ice Bucket Challenges and many wonderful things to come. Also to predict that his death will be at 21, however his passing was at 74. This man is gives a new meaning to science because of him, my brother is doing well and living life to the fullest. My brother was born with Cerebral Palsy. To hear other doctors, telling us that my brother’s passing will be at 30, however he is living life with laughters and love. Thank you for early advance copy from audible.

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If you are a fan our need info for home work this is the audio book to get