I really likes the nerdy humor and little quips made throughout the book, which kept me interested and engaged throughout the reading. There were a lot of drawings done in a comic style, which I discovered were made by one of the authors, which is super cool. The book itself covers a variety of topics, like the origin and exact knowledge about dark energy, dark matter, gravity as a force, anti-particles, quantum mechanics, and what exactly time and space are. The topics are arranged so that they flow relatively smoothly, so I found the information weirdly easy to digest. I think this book has not only given me more context about space and universe and physics stuff, but also about nerd humor like using pet hamsters and pet cats to experiment on shooting particles faster than light (no hamsters or space cats were harmed during the making of the book, probably), and using belligerent pet weasels to explain why things cannot work without causation (leading to weasel and water balloon chaos).
Reviewed by: Baguette Mendez