Brian Greene is a professor of physics and mathematics and director of Columbia University's Center for Theoretical Physics, and is renowned for his groundbreaking discoveries in superstring theory. His bestselling books include The Elegant Universe, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction, and The Fabric of the Cosmos.
If extraterrestrials landed tomorrow and demanded to know what the human mind is capable of accomplishing, we could do worse than to hand them a copy of this book * The New York Times (on The Hidden Reality) * Few living writers write so lucidly ... Greene might be the best intermediary I've found between the sparkling, absolute zero world of mathematics and the warm, clumsy world of human language * Boston Globe * The new Hawking only better * The Times * He is both a skilled and kindly explicator. His excitement for science on the threshold of vital breakthroughs is extremely contagious * The New York Times * A writer of exceptional clarity and charm -- Oliver Sacks Until the End of Time is encyclopaedic in its ambition and its erudition, often heartbreaking, stuffed with too many profundities that I wanted to quote, as well as anecdotes from Greene's own life - of which we should wish for more - that had me laughing ... A love letter to the ephemeral cosmic moment when everything is possible. -- Dennis Overbye * New York Times * A cracking read...Greene serves up plenty of revelatory detail... If you want to know how everything got here and where it's going, read this book. -- Stephen Bleach * Sunday Times *