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Believe me , you'd want to know RPF in person once you finish reading this.
I certainly recommend this book to anyone interested in Feynman or 20th-century physics, or who just enjoys reading a well-written biography of an interesting person.
The author was compelled to recount the story because Richard Feynman was a very interesting man with a lively personality who was also a genius.
Richard Feynman is a well known giant in the field of physics and his activities and personal tendencies make for an interesting read that both informs the reader about him but... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dallas Jacobs
Mr. Gleick managed to make physics understandable to a layperson (me!). Richard Feynman has always been such an interesting person to me, a rare combination of genius and... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Judith B. Weaver
This book is excellent if you have some background in quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, superstring theory and cosmology. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Brian R. Mcdonald
I felt that this rendition of the life of Richard Feynman had too much about the science of Richard Feynman and too little about the life he lived. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Ross Safford
Oh my where do I begin? It is a hard read and boring. This will be the first book in years that I just don't want to finish.Published 26 days ago by Hibbie
Richard Feynman is a man who was a legend in his own time. Not many recent physicists can say that beyond Einstein. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Daniel Putman
This is a wonderful book about a wonderful man. It will be liked by all readers who have an interest in science, especially physics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maurice Grossman