What happens when a great physicist has the greatest sense of humor? An unique aptitude of wittiness. Based on a series of conversations with his friend Ralph Leighton, Richard Feynman narrates some amusing anecdotes from his personal life ranging from his days at Princeton to spearheading the Presidential Commission on the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster. It's hard to believe that this one curious, adventurous character is so filled with craziness and charisma. Being a physicist myself, I thoroughly enjoy reading this book.