Book 98: Time One by Colin Gillespie


“Time One” by Colin Gillespie

Finished reading on January 6th, 2014

Rating: 5/10

“Time One” is a book with a great task – it’s trying to bring to the reader the real beginning of the Universe mixing in it together modern physics, history of philosophy and a detective story that is the foreground.

The physics part is well and good, although whenever you’ve got so many scientific concepts in one place, it’s good to have some schematics….

However for me the book was confusing, because there are fictional characters who are doing the research and talking about it, but there isn’t really anything interesting going on, yes, so if the fiction part would have been left out, it would have made a better book in my opinion. There was just something missing.

I received this book for review purposes via NetGalley.

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