Fabric of the Cosmos by Brian Greene.
At first i found it too elementary and cringed at greene's tendency to make everything tangible by mentioning the reader far too often, but now he has subsided and the ideas more interesting, concepts more tangible, and the way he writes is eloquent and witty. It also is great because he possesses a great deal of self-conviction and does not ride the idealism train. He continually points out shortcomings. It is a good read, i am about 3/4 through it now, i shoudl finish it by school starting.
Long messages do not equal aggravation of any sort,
rather they reflect nothing more than a response of insight
that should always be read in a matter-of-fact tone.
"Those womyn that seek equality with men, lack determination."
"I beseech you, in the bowels of Christ, think it possible you may be wrong."