What to say—and be fair about it?He's a brilliant essayist, a courageous scientist, and wrote King Solomon's Ring which ought to be required reading in college or something.
But this...I didn't enjoy it much, after the first chapter or so.It wasn't anecdotal enough to suit me.There were a few personal notes but a whole lot more essaying.I wanted to know less of what he believed and more of why he'd come to believe.Missing the human perspective, it seemed a little dry.
On the other hand, it wasn't written by him so he didn't have be benefit of revisionIt was the answers to questions posed by Mr. Mundl, over an unspecified range of time and topics.
Best quote ever:
The collective stupidity of man is incredible.