The Lords of the Night Sky
Astrophysics is quite popular in young masses. Perhaps, an innate desire to learn the mysteries of the night sky which has more than stars lurking in its dark depth or the desire to know more about the universe, we stay in.
Aman Sharma’s book The Lord of the Night Sky, though bitesize, it contains the universes of knowledge.
When I say bitesize, what it really means is the physicality of the book makes a statement. Each chapter in the book is just three-four pages, and sometimes not even a full page, but the knowledge it has is vast.
The book Lords of the Night Sky by Aman Sharma covers fascinating aspects of the whole universe. Each of the chapters talks about a fundamental topic such as Black Holes, Pulsars, Quasars, to White Holes, Strange Stars and many such that delightful topics.
Author Aman concludes the book with a chapter containing a brief history of three very famous scientists, Sir Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Stephen Hawking.
What I like most about this book is that it reads like it could be understood by a layman also.
Author Aman knows how to easily communicate the material with his readers
I was instantly enamored with the book and its amazing narrative.
The book was made more fun to read by authors knack of providing compelling tidbits that stick so easily to the readers’ mind.
This book is a powerhouse of some really interesting topics. It is a fast-paced read. It is also an easy read for Kids.
I highly recommend this book to everyone, regardless of their age or gender to read at least once.