Mark’s #41 – Einstein: His Life and Universe (2008)

I’m running out of time trying to get these books read and reviewed, so I’ll be brief with this one.

Biographer Walter Isaacson opens the door on one of the most significant lives of the 20th century.  While there was plenty of scientific lingo that went above my head in the book, the majority of the book explored the person and unique personality of Einstein.  He was a man who challenged conventional thinking, cherished creativity, and loved individuality and personal freedom.  He was also a deeply flawed man (as we all are).  He was not a good husband or father, often absent and consumed with his work. He also was an advocate of world peace, yet his solution of a one world government seems misguided to me.

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