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I love this book! In short, Leonard searches to break through his creative block and what follows is amazing. Read more
Haven't had a chance to read it and have it on the shelf for future reading this coming winter. Have heard the author talk on NPR and became interested!Published 5 months ago by Gregory Robinson
Anything about Feynman is interesting. Some insight into the world of some very smart people. Quick read and worth the time.Published 5 months ago by Bernard Appel
I enjoyed Mlodinow's personal, psychological stories--the very thing Feynman didn't. I will always remember Mlodinow saying that the night before his first day at Caltech reminded... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joe Stoner
This book has defined me more than most books have. Oddly enough, I was looking for the Feynman Lectures when I came across it at my school's library. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Davis Hunt
This book is about what happened to Leonard Mlodinow when he started a post-doc fellowship in physics at Cal-Tech in the early 1980's. It should have been a super-cushy deal. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Roger Manning
I thought that the book was very interesting, and being an aspiring physicist myself, it was helpful for me to learn the culture of the physics world (or at least what it used to... Read morePublished 23 months ago by 112358
A short but passionate, humanizing read; not so much a biography as a story about the fateful interaction between a young, adrift soul and the wisened spirit of Richard Feynman.Published on October 28, 2012 by Comrade