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That Little Hardback : Fifty Years of Free Thought from an Old Physicist

by Chuck Borough

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977970809, Leather Bound)

EDITORIAL REVIEWS This book was a thought provoking little tome that amazed me with the quantity and depth of thought and the insight that it contains. In large part, it consists of Mr. Borough's thought bites on a range of subjects from the majesty of the universe to the crooked corners of the human mind. Throughout the pages, his gently positive attitude is mixed with stunning thoughts that will make you think and think again. And then, again... I do not necessarily agree with every tiny thing that his prose suggested. But, I do respect the level of thought that went into every bit of it! Additionally, the design and binding work that went into the book itself is a minor work of art. The sewn leather cover and engraved artwork are so nice that that you would be proud to show it off on that basis alone. I am usually pretty hard on a book. However, my copy of "That Little Hardback" by Chuck Borough keeps finding its way back into its clear protective sleeve because I would hate to see anything damage something that pretty. In summary, I do heartily recommend Mr, Borough's book "That Little Hardback" on the basis of content, entertainment, and class. ... I recommend it to the point that I will be giving copies of this book as gifts this Christmas season. Do yourself a favor and read this book! Barry Trimble for Book Lovers Special Interest Group of American Mensa

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