I confess I enjoyed this book, despite its age. In theory, I should have read it before Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s Astrophysics for People in a Hurry, but maybe this was a happy reversal. It’s possible I consumed Hawking’s work better, since I had just come from reading Astrophysics and had somewhat prepped my mind to try and absorb high level science.
This is not my typical read, but maybe it should be. I found this to be interesting and mostly consumable.
Book 44 read in 2018