Richard Feynman

“The astonishing national bestseller that “buzzes with energy, story, and life” is one of our most well-known science books. It nearly inspires you to pursue a career in physics (Science Digest). The Nobel laureate in physics Richard P. Feynman loved daring escapades. In this engaging book that “can shatter the stereotype of the stuffy scientist” (Detroit Free Press), Feynman describes his interactions with Einstein in which they exchanged ideas on atomic physics and how they managed to open the impenetrable safes containing the most closely held nuclear secrets, among other eyebrow-raising experiences. Feynman’s life comes through in his stories’ unique brilliance—a combustible blend of exceptional intelligence, boundless curiosity, and flaming audacity. Bill Gates’ revised introduction is included in this edition.”