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This review is from: Black Holes And Baby Universes And Other Essays (Paperback)
From imaginary time and the sum over histories to the uncertainty principle. Those left slightly bemused after reading Brief history of time will find themselves finally understanding, as Hawkings manages to expand on his ideas whilst masterfully introducing new ones. Constantly inciteful and never monotonous, Hawkings is almost story telling, leaving you craving more whenever you put the book down. A must read for those who actually read 'Brief History' rather than just displaying it on the coffee table. The Desert island discs interview at the end also offers a welcomed less interlectual perception of the man beneath the science.