I have to say, Life on the Edge is one of the most thought provoking books that I have read in a while. I typically like to pick up nonfiction pieces that are geared towards self-improvement, but I figured that I would try something new this time around. At first glance, it seems as if the book may be difficult due to the discussion of quantum physics and biology. However, the information is rather interesting and very easy to read. As a whole, there is a precise explanation on the entirety of the world and how science plays a huge role in the development of overall life. Certain events that have taken place thus far have a significant impact on the way that human beings live and specific behaviors may be related to some of the negative instances.
This book is highly recommended for those people who are interested in science, but they seem to be intimidated by all of the nuances that are often seen. The authors break down the concepts in a clear and concise manner without facilitating confusing mechanisms. Furthermore, there is an allowance to get a better feel for the world and how science advances have progressed in a proper manner. If you are looking for something different, this is the book for you. Give it a try!