A Hundred Trillion Stars--Can You Imagine So Many of Anything?

A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars--Can You Imagine So Many of Anything? by Seth Fishman is an enthusiastic book about gigantic numbers. It is kind of hard to wrap your mind around the idea of ten quadrillion ants wandering beneath the surface of the earth, or the fact you will probably inadvertently eat 70 pounds of bugs during your lifetime. The whopping scale of the universe is cleverly laid out showing interconnectedness and sprawl while reassuringly circling back to the person reading the book. (Non-Fiction)