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Having read both the "brief" and the "briefer" versions of this book, I am happy I did.
The book is very small about 150 pages in all and it's an easy read with great illustrations for the major concepts.
This book rekindled my interest in physics and explained the ideas in very easy to understand terms.
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 day ago by Greg
Arrived on time and as described. It gives a good in depth review of the history of physics and basic concepts and then goes on to more advanced topics.Published 2 days ago by Elizabeth M Reilley
A fascinating glimpse into the universal mechanics. I am on the hunt for more reading material such as this. Mind boggling!Published 21 days ago by Bill Sahlas
Came quickly and was what I expected. This was a Christmas present for my brother and he seemed excited to read it.Published 24 days ago by Nicole
Finally, Professor Hawking has written a book on the "unified theory" that I can (almost) understand! His first (A Brief . . . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Theadore J. Chamberlain
A good explanation of scientific theories for people like me, who have heretofore had little knowledge of the universe in which we live.Published 1 month ago by Lee Oliver
Didn't quite meet my expectations regarding an overview of how the universe works but, overall, an interesting read.Published 1 month ago by L. Johnson