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10 thoughts on “Mrs. Einstein

  1. Kateryna Pavlyk Kateryna Pavlyk says:

    Amazing book And its not about Einstein but about relations with parentsI was lonely all my life Papa because you turned your back on me


  2. Sahar Khoshghadam Sahar Khoshghadam says:

    چرا این کتاب رو خریدم؟چرا وقتی دیدم بیخوده باز به خوندنش ادامه دادم؟چی بود این آخه


  3. Melanie Vidrine Melanie Vidrine says:

    Not what I expected Nothing else to say


  4. Abby Abby says:

    Great fictional but still historical account of what it was like for an aspiring woman physicist during the first half of this century Wonderfully written I highly recommend especially for those with an interest in physics and science


  5. Carisa Carisa says:

    A really enjoyable read


  6. Roxanne Roxanne says:

    Einstein's daughter living through the 20th centurychanging identities over and over just to survivehow DO you remember who you areloved it


  7. Jmolentin Jmolentin says:

    Not the best story it went on too long But not a bad read and different


  8. Anita K Anita K says:

    Ein wunderbares Buch wenn man interessiert ist an der Thematik


  9. Coffee.and.boox Coffee.and.boox says:

    in dt


  10. Darcy Darcy says:

    I wanted to like this but it ended up feeling too contrived for me to stay invested


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Mrs. Einstein ❰Reading❯ ➼ Mrs. Einstein Author Anna McGrail – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The facts are these When Albert Einstein was a young man his wife to be gave birth to a daughter Lieserl whom they soon gave up for adoption to a Hungarian woman Beyond that Lieserl Einstein is lost t The facts are these When Albert Einstein was a young man his wife to be gave birth to a daughter Lieserl whom they soon gave up for adoption to a Hungarian woman Beyond that Lieserl Einstein is lost to historyBut not to literature Anna McGrail has imagined an amazing yet plausible life for this indomitable woman one that spans the scientific history of the modern world from the theory of relativity to the atomic bomb and that moves from the plains of rural Hungary to the death camps of Germany to the laboratory at Los Alamos where the entire world was put under threat of annihilation It is Lieserl's sole burning desire to learn physics to beat her father at his own game to teach him that his actions—whether giving away a daughter or unlocking the secrets of the universe—have conseuences that cannot be denied In that she will succeed—but at what cost to herself and to the worldAn extraordinary tour de force of the literary imagination written with utter confidence and panache A novel certain to be widely reviewed debated and read This breathtaking book will appeal to readers of works as diverse as Sophie's World and Jane Mendelssohn's I Was Amelia Earhart.

  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Mrs. Einstein
  • Anna McGrail
  • English
  • 05 May 2016
  • 9780393046113