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    A response to Jennifer's review.

    I'm sorry Jennifer, but what is it that you don't understand about the word "novel"? It's right there on the cover. This is a novel; in other words, a work of fiction. Every published review I've read makes that perfectly clear as well. I hardly think it fair to mark down a story that you yourself acknowledge as well-written and engaging, simply because you didn't understand that it is a work of fiction. The author did nothing to hide that fact.
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    Very interesting

    Fiction or not this book is important to read. Reminds me to focus on scientist women. Reminds me the hard life of women and their fights years ago and still today. It is a nice journey into the past history
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    Great read

    I really enjoyed this novel. It gave great insight into Einstein's first wife and her perspective of what life was like going to school for science in a man's world and what life was like with Einstein himself. It is told with Mrs. Einstein as the narrator as it is a fiction however the author did a great job researching old letters and getting as much insight into what her life was like for this book.
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    History versus Fiction

    Think authors who take a historical figure and write a fictional book about something important in their lives should be very careful. I enjoyed the author's Style, would easily picture Albert Einstein the way she described him in Intimate situations, and was drawn through the book without effort. However, the suppositions made didn't have enough evidence for me. I would have liked more concentration on what happened in her life after she left Einstein and went on to build her own life.
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    Interesting insight

    Having watched Ron Howard's TV mini-series, I have great deal of respect for his wife. If only she had lived in day and age, I wonder where might be in the world of physics
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