Travelling to Infinity: The True Story Behind the Theory of Everything


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Alma Books
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5.0 X 1.3 X 7.7 inches | 0.92 pounds
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About the Author

Dr Jane Hawking, who was Stephen Hawking's wife for over twenty years, is a writer and lecturer. Her book At Home in France was published in 1994, followed by Music to Move the Stars in 1999. She lives and works in Cambridge.


"A great read." - Daily Mail

"Stephen Hawking may think in 11 dimensions, but his first wife has learnt to love in several." - The Sunday Times

"What becomes of time when a marriage unravels? And what becomes of the woman who has located her whole self within its sphere? For Jane Hawking, the physics of love and loss are set in a private universe." - The Guardian

"Jane describes the final, painful years of her marriage in candid detail." - The Independent

"Jane Hawking's harrowing and compelling account . . . rings very true." - Irish Times

"This is not a vindictive book, although the agony she went through is palpable; if Stephen's struggle to keep his mind clear is heroic, so is her determination to balance his escalating needs and those of their three children." - Independent on Sunday

"Jane writes about her former husband with tenderness, respect and protectiveness." - Sunday Express

"Jane Hawking has written a book about what it was like to be pivotal to her husband's celebrated existence . . . but it is much more a shout from the outer darkness." - The Daily Telegraph