I just finished reading The Pleasure of Finding Things Out by Richard Feynman. I greatly enjoyed the first three books of his that I read before, and this one was no different.
There's certainly a lot of overlap between the books, but you can never get enough of the honesty and wisdom that's on every page of his writing. His love of science, the curiosity and questioning spirit that his dad instilled in him, and his quirky personality all ring true in this book as well.
Below are my major takeaways and notes on the book.