Trespassing on Einstein’s Lawn (Bantam, January 2014) is a memoir about my

17-year quest with my father to understand the nature of ultimate reality - from crashing a physics conference in Princeton to chasing a riddle in Los Alamos; from hunting cosmic secrets in a rare manuscripts library to road tripping through California to meet with the most brilliant minds in physics.  



What we discover is a paradigm shift in cosmology, from a single universe we all share to a splintered reality in which each observer has their own universe. Reality, we learn, is radically observer-dependent, far beyond anything of which Einstein or the founders of quantum mechanics ever dreamed - with extraordinary consequences for our understanding of the universe’s origin.