A Time Traveller's Guide to Life, the Universe and Everything

Publisher: O'Brien

Review

If science, the universe and some of the 'big questions' have ever baffled you, perhaps all you needed was a better explanation - or a more informed travel guide.

In this quirky, fantastical graphic novel, Albert Einstein is at your service to guide you through time and space on a beam of light and answer all the questions you ever wanted to ask about life, the universe and everything.

Whether it's the origin of life, quantum mechanics, climate change, black holes, aliens or microwave ovens, Albert is happy to explain and share his opinions - helped by whimsical comic-book-style artwork that makes understanding so much easier.

A great book for dipping into. Ideal for budding scientists but also accessible to those with minimal knowledge.

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