Gravity's Engines is a 2012 Barnes and Noble Review Editors' Pick
The Editors of Barnes and Noble Review declared Gravity's Engines to be one of the Ten Best Nonfiction Books of 2012.
One of the greatest enigmas in physics -- the nature of the collapsed stars we call "black holes" -- is explored with brio in Caleb Scharf's painterly prose. The central insight: everything we touch is not only stellar in origin, but most likely emerged at the fertile perimeter of a black hole's cosmic recycling bin.
Read their original review of Gravity's Engines here.