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Nov 19

Review: Instareads

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Instareads are a quick summary of the actual book.

A Brief History of Time: by Stephen Hawking | Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review

Summary:

Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time is about the universe, both the grand-scale universe of stars and planets, general relativity, and the tiny universe of atoms and subatomic particles, quantum mechanics. The reason the book covers both dimensions is that understanding both is the only way to understand the way the universe works as a whole. Some theories explain the workings of the grand scale of the universe and others the workings of the minute scale, but they tend to contradict one another. And, currently, there is no theory that explains both…

My Thoughts:

My husband is a big Stephen Hawking’s fan. Although he’s read the actual book A Brief History of Time, he enjoyed reading this quick instaread as well. This instaread is only 25 pages compared to 224 pages. All of the key notes that are in the actual novel are mention in this instaread copy.

The instaread book is a great way to refresh yourself with the book if you’ve already read it. You can remember things you forgot that are mentioned in the book. If you are interested in a book but not sure if you want to read it just by the book summary on the back of the book, this is a great way to find out without purchasing the actual book yet. 

The instaread books are like the modern cliff notes I used growing up in high school. There are many titles to choose from. Please keep in mind if you are assigned a book to read for a class, you can not substitute reading it for reading the instaread instead.

Connect with Instareads:

To learn more about the A Brief History of Time instaread or to purchase your own check them out on Amazon. Be sure to check out the other titles available as well.

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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