A brilliant read for the scientifically attracted mind. This book is full of scientific models and theories, but all of them are explained brilliantly, making this book truly blend into the ‘normal’ reading market. The Black Hole Theory, coupled with the String theory truly makes it a compelling read. Most importantly, the psychological and theoretical battle between Leonard Susskind, Gerard T’Hooft and Stephan Hawking regarding a relatively unknown object, black holes. What the human race is sure about is the fact is that there is a bone-crushing singularity right at the centre of a black hole, capable of exerting enough gravitational force to restrict light from moving past its event horizon. The concepts at battle make this book worthwhile, Stephen Hawking on one side despoiling the foundations of Physics by stating that Black Holes evaporate, leading to loss of information with Susskind and T’Hooft arguing that information is either emitted out as Hawking radiation or Black Holes don’t evaporate.