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Having read both the "brief" and the "briefer" versions of this book, I am happy I did.
I read a book on a recent flight for recreation called, A Briefer History of Time by Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow.
This book rekindled my interest in physics and explained the ideas in very easy to understand terms.
This exploration into the origins of the universe and the work which has been done, thus far, into the nature and substance of all things was an enlightening piece which provided... Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Charles Flood
Excellent reading even if you have to read each page twice before beginning to grasp the concepts. I understand a bit more now,at least I think I do.Published 2 days ago by Ross currie
Excellent book for people not into science although you need to have some previous background, I really enjoyed reading it and feel like reading another book about the same topicPublished 8 days ago by Erik dzul
My wife loved the book she said Hawkin must have done a lot of "swatting" when he was at school.
Having previously read Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time, I can confirm the accuracy of the title “A Briefer History. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greg