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this book is the author’s first major work of biography. The novel is inspired by the scientific ferment that swept through Britain to which Holmes radically redefines as ‘the revolution of Romantic Science’. It is a colorful and absorbing history of the men and women whose discoveries and inventions gave birth to Romantic Age of Science.
What makes this book stand out?
The book is a long- awaited fermentation of the author's knowledge of the Romantic poets and his lifelong fascination with science.
Read it for
The writer brings to life the era where we realized both awe-inspiring and frightening possibilities of science.
Don't read it for
The readers might not be much enchanted with it.