In Germany, young Albert's journey commenced, and it took him four years to utter his inaugural word. He held a fervent fascination for the inner workings of objects. Despite not finding great favor with conventional schooling, the realms of physics and mathematics held an enduring allure for him. His prodigious intellect grappled with the complexities of space and time, culminating in the groundbreaking theory of relativity.
Radiating his wisdom to the world, he evolved into the unparalleled mind of the twentieth century. This captivating book is enlivened by chic and whimsical illustrations, augmented by supplementary insights at its conclusion. A biographical timeline with historical photographs and an in-depth profile of the life of this theoretical physicist further enriches the reading experience.