George's Secret Key to the Universe

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Doubleday, 2007 - Adventure and adventurers - 295 pages
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Take a rollercoaster ride through the vastness of space and, in the midst of an exciting adventure, discover the mysteries of physics, science and the universe with George, his new friends next door - the scientist Eric and his daughter, Annie - and a super-intelligent computer called Cosmos, which can take them to the edge of a black hole and back again. Or can it? And who else would like to get their hands on Cosmos? A funny and hugely informative romp through space, time and the universe.

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For the next generation of astronomers

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There’s a joke in the science community that Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time is both the most-purchased and least-understood science book of the twentieth century. This is a perfect ... Read full review

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STEPHEN HAWKING is the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge and is widely regarded as one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists since Einstein. His adult book A Brief History of Time has been a publishing sensation.

'Marries a child's wonder to a genius's intellect' Sunday Times about A Brief History of Time

LUCY HAWKING is the author of two adult novels, and has written for the Daily Mail, the Telegraph, The Times and the Evening Standard and has been a guest presenter and regular contributor on radio.

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