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Very well and pleasantly written.
Carroll is an excellent writer, and is able to translate what could be difficult ideas of physics into something that layman can understand.
This is the first book I have read by Sean Carroll, and I found in it an elegant discussion on the concept of the arrow of time.
I never new entropy played such an important role in the foundation of theories regarding the origin of the universe(s) and time itself. Fabulous read. Enlightening.Published 9 days ago by James Noctor
Popular science books as always hit or miss. You get quality books that describe modern physics in a way that actually helps you understand what science is discovering. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Zach
This book on "time" goes everywhere, it is 375+ pages long. IMO it could have come in at about 275-300 pages and have been a better book on "time." Why? Read morePublished 3 months ago by bowonwing
For someone with no physics background to speak of, I found this book on a difficult and complicated topic relatively easy to comprehend and a fascinating read.Published 4 months ago by C. David Clauss
I'm a big fan of Sean, his blog, his many public debates and especially 'Particle at the end of the universe', which I happen to have read before this one. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Robby