“Richard Feynman is one of my heroes. This book enthralled me with its blending of Feynman anecdotes with a moving and funny story of a high school student who is a 'box of nerdish delight'.”- Dr Karl Kruszelnicki
“As a female physicist, I want to urge Physics teachers everywhere to read this book and then lend it to their English teacher colleagues.”- Australian Physics
“Loving Richard Feynman is a delight to read; its ironic humour helps air the concerns and anxieties of the self-absorbed teen years.”- Magpies Magazine
“What is interesting is the author’s introduction of an innate character that becomes intrinsically linked to the delivery of the novel’s overall well constructed premise.”- Bookseller and Publisher
“I read Loving Richard Feynman in one sitting (actually it was one lying, I was in bed) and by the end I was a very satisfied reader.”- Readings Hawthorn Blog
“A 30ish guy managed to be kept up reading into the wee hours by a book written for teenaged girls. That's just awesome.”- Book Squawk
“An unusual story laced with humour, observation and no small insight.”- Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin
“A brilliant and quirky read.”- Cairns Post
Loving Richard Feynman
Richard Feynman was a Nobel prize winning physicist. Catherine is a science-loving 15-year-old. Richard helped build the atom bomb; Catherine’s just trying to survive school.
When your life is falling apart around you, will talking to a dead physicist help?
Catherine thinks so, but when her life unravels further she learns who she can really trust.