Rating: 250 Degrees (Out of 360)
This book did present some interesting topics, like the testable phenomenon regarding the photon through the double slit that can cause it's own distortion pattern as a wave while also being measured discretely has a particle. But overall, the concepts or ideas pertaining to how the universe may operate are beyond a testable solution.
This lends itself to being more of a philosophy book versus a laymen science book. Though I didn't take a ton of advanced physics in college, I did graduate with a physics minor, so I would have liked a bit more description on how the theory presented was developed or fleshed out.
The book is fairly short, so I imagine that's one of it's saving graces. Certainly read it if you enjoy philosophy and Hawking's, otherwise skip it or read the cliff's notes version.