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Very well written and thought provoking.
I knew I had to buy this little book, when in a bookstore I opened it to a random spot and in a few seconds learned something new about Feynman.
My background is in physics so it made for a light read as most of the concepts I had encountered before and understand fairly well.
Very found of Feynman's writting, I've been deceived by Krauss book because I expected more physical descriptions of Feynman's ideas from a writer who was a theoretician. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
must read for anyone interested in contemporary science…..
it is not merely a biography and/or as assessment of Feynman's place in the firmament of 20th century Physics, it is... Read more
I was thinking, why another Feynman bio? But Krauss does do a very good job in walking us through Feynman's amazing contributions to science. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tom Mozdzen
I bought this book because I was very impressed by Krauss' excellent book, "A Universe from Nothing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Night Eagle
Krauss went beyond most biographies of scientists by opening the door into Richard Feynman's struggle for meaning in life. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Baldwin
Richard Feynman's life is as interesting as it gets. This little known genius is an American hero and deserves more attention in our history than he has received.Published 5 months ago by Ron Raffaelli
Krauss shares many of the same beliefs and disbeliefs as Feynman. This is a good book about the things that Feynman got right. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Richard H. Wachsman
Feynman was a fascinating fellow, so I was very interested to dig-deeper into his life. I felt a biography written by an accomplished physicist was an ideal choice, as the author... Read morePublished 7 months ago by craigr1971
Lawrence M. Krauss is drawing fine lines. This enjoyable book let you dive into the very special space of quants and into the very special lifestyle of a genius scientist.Published 8 months ago by Antti Paloheimo