Reviews

  • It is like a Dr Who adventure, inspiring curiosity and amazement. It makes a case for the relevance and fascination of physics, and for the importance of scientists and eco-warriors working together to save the planet. With a happy circularity, the plot depends on a recent discovery: Hawking Radiation, the leaking of particles out of black holes until they destroy themselves

    The Sunday Times
  • Gripping, informative and funny

    The Bookseller
  • A true beginner's guide to A Brief History of Time

    Publishers Weekly
  • A delightful book for young readers

    Independent
  • A terrific page-turner that will be a revelation to every young reader who has ever looked into the skies and wondered

    Education Today

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