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Sky's Dark Labyrinth (Sky's Dark Labyrinth Trilogy) Hardcover – April 1, 2011
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About the Author
Journalist, author and broadcaster, Stuart Clark has devoted his career to presenting the dynamic world of astronomy to the general public. He is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and a former Vice Chair of the Association of British Science Writers. In 2000, UK daily newspaper The Independent placed him alongside Stephen Hawking and the Astronomer Royal, Professor Sir Martin Rees, as one of the 'stars' of British astrophysics teaching. He divides most of his time between writing books and writing for the European Space Agency in his capacity as senior editor for space science, alongside producing features for the BBC and many publications. He has written seventeen books to date, selling more than 250,000 copies worldwide, which have been translated into twelve languages so far. He regularly lectures throughout the UK and, increasingly, across the world. www.stuartclark.com
Top customer reviews
Anyone interested in the beginnings of modern astronomy and the accompanying scientific revolution that it brought about would enjoy reading this account about the events and people involved.
I just gobbled this book up within a few days. I'm glad to have learned that this is one of a series of books. I am anxiously waiting for the next in the series having to do with Newton.
I highly recommend this book for history/historical fiction lovers.
I'm looking forward to reading the second part ....
However, reading a few Wikipedia articles gave much more accurate and detailed information in much shorter time.