" This is a pretty science-heavy book, not a light biography. Krauss does tell the story of Feynman's life, but from the perspective of his scientific work. It's a bit of a slog due to the complexity of the science (which the author valiantly attempts to make accessible), but an ultimately rewarding read. I understand a little more about physics (though plenty went over my head) and have a renewed appreciation for Feynman via the work that defined him. "
— Kyle, 1/14/2014