The book was well written and reasonably understandable for a non-mathematician but the author's contention that the universe came from nothing appeared to be based on transitory phenomena and did not substantiate his argument. It seemed born of desperation to disprove the existence of God at all costs.
Arrived promptly, as advertised. I'll be probably unfair to the book as I'm very familiar with the subject combined with high expectation for a Krauss book. As a first book to read on the subject - it's very good, for old hands - not really brilliant, to be fair I expected much more from Krauss (he is highly non- conventional). A few new flashes in an old matrix.
Absolutely mesmerising, Krauss weaves his book into the fabric of space, and his words flow through you like a cold wind. There is not one person I imagine who could read this, yet not love our godless universe any further.