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You know, one of those action, mystery novels centered around a famous historical figure and their curious heritage. In this case, Albert Einstein was that central figure. This novel does seem to start out that way. There is action, and there is mystery, and it all starts off with a bang. It seems exciting, but it also seems a bit The Big Bang that is. It seems exciting, but it also seems a bit too high paced, lacking in description, and then Ultimately, it becomes the central focus of the story.
The reality is that the action story is really a vehicle for a narrative about the ties between philosophy, religion, science, and mathematics. In some regards this is a good thing because the action story is the weak part of the book. There-in lies a catch. Where the action story lacks, the philosophy side exceeds. The central focus of the philosophical discussions is creation and the universe and the meaning of God. The author weaves a narrative that ties everything we know of science and religion into one universal matter that is related from culture to culture and religion to religion.
The author does a good job, but as anything related to this topic, it all boils down to a matter of opinion, and that is what we get. We are not really treated to references or sources, and the action story that carries the narrative detracts a bit from the valid bits of non-fiction that may be interspersed.
The end notes at the conclusion do suggest a solid background behind the novel and given enough interest may influence the reader to form his own opinion. I have to admit that if this is what the author was going for, he did a good job.
However, if you are reading this expecting an action-mystery novel, you may be disappointed. The main character of the novel is a history professor with little background in the sciences.
The result is an explanation of most scientific and even religions topics that are brought to a level that most people will understand. The summaries and lessons go from the Theory of Relativity to the Big Bang and beyond As a result, I give this book 4 stars taking away only due to the less than perfect action story that somewhat fails as a vehicle for an otherwise great philosophical narrative.
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