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Publisher's Summary

Yes, Einstein is a genius. We all know that. However, how many of us truly know the journey and story of a timeless genius like Einstein? 
Everyone calls him a genius. The word “Einstein” seems to have become synonymous with “genius” in this generation that we live in. What’s in the mind of a genius and what is a life of a genius like?
He created the most famous equation E=mc2, developed the theory of relativity and received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics. Albert Einstein, the genius, put his entire mind, body, and soul into the development of modern science.
How many people do you know who actually know the story behind this genius? 
With a deeper insight into Albert Einstein’s life and scientific contributions, Einstein: The Inner World of a Genius tells the story of a man who revolutionized the World, with chapters on:


The little known facts about Albert Einstein
The early life of Einstein
The conflicts that a genius would face later on in his life
The lessons on life from Albert Einstein, which are still applicable to today’s world after a century
The core principles that the genius stayed true to
And so much more…
“We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking we used when we created them” – Albert Einstein 
Get a copy of Einstein: The Inner World of a Genius today and be inspired by the story of a genius  
P.S. Einstein may be gone, but his teachings, principles and lessons still hold true in this world today.
©2017 Ivan Fernandez (P)2017 Ivan Fernandez
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By Mary T Paxton on 08-03-18

Einstein got around! I had no idea

Very interesting, previously unknown information, also some good information to understand his theories. Good study on many levels.

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By Christopher S Tillis on 08-03-18

A great book about a great man

Even for a reader unversed in mathematics and physics this is an excellent listen . What a great man Einstein was .

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By Dominic F Hammond on 08-05-18

A great biography of a great man. A must-listen!

What can I say? I have not been a reader of biographies, so I have no basis of comparison. I have always been interested in Einstein, so I decided to tray this. I do not have the right to say that this is a masterpiece because, as I've said, I have not listen biographies. I thought I might have trouble getting into it. Not even close! I was totally absorbed with it. Fernandez gets you not only into the science of the man, not only into the facts of his life, but into the warmth, humanity and humor that was so characteristic of him. I totally loved this book and recommend it to anyone who has any interest in knowing about the great genius of Albert Einstein and, at the same time, listening a totally absorbing book.

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By Amber R Lowe on 08-05-18

An interesting listen-well listen and researched

A well written, thoroughly researched and very interesting book. Isaacson has an easy style and quite readable. I'm always frustrated by authors who become "quote happy" and either separate and/or indent them, or go overboard with footnotes which destroys continuity. Although Isaacson uses many, many quotes, virtually all of them are molded into the sentence resulting in smooth reading and no loss of continuity. Also, one would think writing about Albert Einstein would necessarily involve mind bending concepts, mathematical equations, etc. far beyond us mortals, and to a certain degree that is unavoidable for this subject. However, Isaacson has a way of presenting the theories and concepts in a reasonably understandable language and style. Though I'm not finished with the book as yet, I have found it totally fascinating thus far and sometimes find it hard to put it down and go to bed. Whatever one has heard about Einstein and the many myths about his life, genius, shortcomings, etc., I think you'll find this book to quite enlightening.

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