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on 25 February 2013
The author clearly knows his stuff when it comes to Einstein and I learnt much from reading the book. However, after a while one can't be sure if the author intended to focus on Einstein and how he used cycling to work out problems or to highlight the author's clear passion for the machine that is a bicycle. This element of confusion becomes irritating when the concepts around flow and thought are introduced; I found myself skipping chunks and eventually looking for something else to read. That said, when Mr Irvine is focussing on one thing or the other he is very readable - he just needed to make up his mind what this book's subject matter was intended to be.
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