Overbye combines the tremendous amount of research with his engaging writing style.
Overbye's 1991 "Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos" was an instant classic - a scientific biography of a half-dozen of astronomy's most interesting characters.
He loved quietly as one should and made his mistakes in private, again as one should.
I have really enjoyed reading it. It is clear the author knows Einstein, better than any other book on him I have read.Published 11 months ago by Sharon Rabi
A look into Einstein's personal life and his first and second marriages. His personal life was not as successful and his scientific studies.Published 12 months ago by Carolyn L Jo
After reading the love letters written between Einstein and Mileva, how could I pass this book up? Reading it garners insight into two of the premier minds and hearts of science. Read morePublished on August 15, 2012 by Leslie Drucker
This book starts off dry and doesn't really get anything going for about 100 pages. Boring book. The purchase experience was great though.Published on March 31, 2010 by A. Badhwar
Overbye(O) has done his homework with just one minor slip .The result is an excellent overview of the real Einstein. Read morePublished on February 11, 2008 by Michael Emmett Brady
In this book, Dennis Overbye contributes important history to the already crowded canon on Einstein. Read morePublished on December 15, 2006 by Dr. Marc Mayerson
While separated from wife #1, Mileva, Albert wrote to her a completely one-sided contract of reconciliation (p 267). Read morePublished on April 5, 2005 by The Spinozanator
Dennnis Overbye has been blessed with a unique talent - the ability to translated complex scientific theory into language that the thinking reader can understand. Read morePublished on March 16, 2003 by Avid Reader
After studying a large number of published and unpublished letters for a decade, Dennis Overbye, the author of another well-written book "Lonely Hearts of the... Read more