Reviews

  • "An exhilarating journey that cuts across a vast terrain of conceptual landmarks: from physics to metaphysics, mathematics to philosophy, and from mythology to theology... Without a doubt an important, engaging and highly literate book"

    New Scientist
  • "Bridges the gab between the research frontiers of theoretical physics and the aspirations of man to understand what is going on"

    Times Literary Supplement
  • "Engaging and accessible"

    Daily Telegraph
  • "Theories of Everything is a beautifully written and thoughtful attempt to make sense of this difficult area of enquiry"

    Nature
  • "What an elegant exposition lies here: not for everyone, to be sure, but for those familiar with astronomer Barrow's rich background in mathematics and in the history and philosophy of science, a treasure of learning and insight"

    Kirkus Reviews