Karl, the Universe and Everything
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Macmillan Australia, $34.99
READERS OF AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC will know of Dr Karl Kruszelnicki’s insightful perspectives on the world through his regular AG column. In this, his latest book, he explores big questions in science, such as whether there may be life on one of Saturn’s moons, as well as less-pressing, but equally fascinating, dilemmas such as why books have a book smell. A qualified medical doctor, engineer, physicist and mathematician, Dr Karl is often listed among the most-trusted Australians and has been named a National Living Treasure, none of which surprises us here at AG.