A Brief History of Time - Stephen Hawking

A Brief History of Time

By Stephen Hawking

  • Release Date: 1988-03-01
  • Genre: Science & Nature
  • Book: A Brief History of Time
A Brief History of Time book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 304 Ratings)

A Brief History of Time Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

A Brief History of Time is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

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  • Brilliantly written

    By Markmillx1
    You don’t have to be a physics geek or a member of mensa to appreciate the brilliant mind behind this book. Read this book if you want a greater understanding the universe, time and what makes it all go around. When you’re done reading it, you may find yourself going back a month or two later to pick up a thread, that’s how good it is. Hawking had a great mind, a strong spirit, and a sense of humility that will leave you laughing in parts. He lost as many bets as he won and some of the payouts were scandalously funny.
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  • Absolutely incredible

    By ispacewalker
    It's so unique and yet informative if your into physics or you just wonder in the middle of night when you can't sleep "why I'm I here?" Then this book is perfect I loved it till the very end
  • A brief history of time

    By willie-will
    A MUST READ BOOK, WRITTEN BY ARGUABLY THE SMARTEST MAN EVER TO BE BORN AND LIVE ON PLANET EARTH!!! Albert Einstein, I believe is almost as brilliant, but Hawking's can put impossible to fathom and comprohend thoughts and theories into lamen's terms. That way, AVERAGE or SLIGHTLY SMARTER THAN AVERAGE people can understand and hold onto these ideas in their minds without fear of forgetting or misunderstanding them seconds after reading them...... GET AND READ THIS BOOK, THEN PASS ALONG TO A FRIEND !!!!!! William Bowers 4-7-2012
  • A Brief History of Time

    By WalkingonSand
    Brilliant man, interesting book. A must read.
  • Unparalleled (In Our Universe)

    By Jackson David Reynolds
    Hawking brings forth ideas of labyrinthine complexity with unequaled clarity and eloquence. This is a must-read for anyone who has ever asked the question... Well, come to think of it, anyone who has ever asked ANY question.

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