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The Author did a great job of researching the Life of Nikola Tesla as well as other inventers of his time.
One thing stuck out forcefully- Tesla was a great believer in developing solar, wind, geothermal, and ocean power as well as other forms of renewable energy.
I would rate this higher, but this book drones on about useless details and it bounces back and forth in the time line for no reason.
A great book about the one of the greatest inventor of all time, and especially in electrical field. Inventor of AC motors which started the industrial revolution. Read morePublished 7 days ago by rodrad
Good book, but as others have said, a bit disorganized, and technically all over the map. At one point, Cheney will be talking about very basic concepts as if she's teaching a 6th... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Preston Winstead
Found the book hard to read. I don't think it was written that wellPublished 19 days ago by Tamara L. Jacobson
Plenty of details on many of his visions. I wish that the author would have put them into context with today's technology in mind.Published 20 days ago by Steve Zweifel
Interesting, but she mostly quotes his autobiography and elaborates on it. Just read the autobiography (unless you're obsessed with the guy like I am, then read this).Published 1 month ago by guy
Great story of an interesting man. From a documentary that I saw, the writer seems to know what she is talking about and be analytical.Published 1 month ago by Kyle Wilshusen