So it would be a little churlish, really, to slag off a book for being non-standard in its approach. While it can be read straight through as I did, albeit slowly, for this review , you could also dip in and out of it, skipping topics that are already familiar. So, I would definitely recommend this to people who are interested in the subject, but don't have much physics background. It's particularly useful if you want to know more about particle and nuclear physics, for example to better understand the innumerable press releases about the Large Hadron Collider.
The historical anecdotes and photographs of important physicists are also very well done, including a few good stories I hadn't heard before.
Thanks for the review. I just wanted to point out that your URL to dogphysics actually reads dogphyiscs.
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