The Infinite Book
The final chapter of the book concerns the eternal life, looking at both the possibility of extending our lifes forever in this world, and the question of an afterlife. But would we know what to do with eternal life if we had it?
So who should read this book? Well I felt it was written for a general readership - no previous knowledge is required. However, Barrow does tend to jump from one subject to another, and I think that this might be confusing for those who don't recognise what he is discussing. Hence I would recommend it to those who have had at least a little previous exposure to the subjects covered.