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A number of interesting observations in this book. However the author gets a little annoying patting himself on the back every couple of pages for his brilliance and cleverness. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pete E
My all time favorite Pickover book, it's a fact book that's both all inclusive and well organized - I learned a lot reading this, Pickover is a bona fide polymathPublished 8 months ago by Lyn
I wish I wouldn't keep losing this book. Yes, it's as crazy as the cover suggests and it's a easy read. Also, you can read it in chunks and out of order if you prefer.Published 12 months ago by Foxy
I would recommend this book and also the person I bought this book from. Fast, great condition.
Book will blow your mind!!
Professor Pickover, PLEASE do more books like this one. This book and Beginner's Guide to Immortality haven't left my nightstand in 7 or 8 years! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lee Scott
This in my opinion is one of Pickovers best works. All over the place, this book covers a wide variety of awesomness in a way only Cliff can do. An interdimensional adventure!!!Published 17 months ago by Anetha
I LOVE this book, I give it as a gift all the time.
The thing that makes this book so good is the style of writing, its so casual but the subject of the book is very... Read more
A fun assortment of interesting facts and eccentric findings.
Pickover introduced me to Marcel Proust through his love of the philosopher. Read more
This is an okay book that could have been a lot better. The author flits from one topic to another and then back again, which is sometimes interesting but ultimately annoying. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sunnymusic