Jonny99's Reviews > A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather Than Nothing
by Lawrence M. Krauss, Richard Dawkins (Goodreads Author)
If all of this doesn't make you feel small actually pushing your way through the book will make you feel also feel stupid the same way you felt reading A Brief History of Time (astrophysicists excepted over course). Without looking up Krauss' biography the book makes it clear that Dr. Krauss is theoretical physicist whose measure of making things simple is likely more complicated than yours. While he stops to point out that the Doppler Effect is the effect you hear when a train passes, some discussions of how particles might actually be waves, string theory and multiverses aren't presented with the same clarity.
In short, this is another draft at bringing together the latest cosmological thinking into a digestible book that will change how we all understand the universe; however, it isn't quite that book.