EINSTEIN IN LOVE: A Scientific Romance

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

An expertly crafted account of the life, loves, and science of Einstein during the first two decades of the 20th century.Much, of course, has been written on Einstein—at least two books on his brain alone. But by focusing on a relatively brief period, and with access to newly available papers and letters, Overbye (Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos, not reviewed) is able to cut through the haze of myth ... Read full review

Review: Einstein in Love: A Scientific Romance

Editorial Review - - Jonathan P

Upon first glance, the idea of a "scientific romance" puzzled my mind. I mean, to be quiet honest, both words, science and romance, have little to do with one another. One is motivated by the mind. The other is motivated by the heart. Add the name Einstein into the mix, and you end up with a puzzle more complex than the theory of relativity itself. Dennis Overbye, deputy science editor of The New ... Read full review

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