The invisible century - Einstein, Freud and the search for hidden universes
There is also the question of which 'Century' the title refers to. The implication seems to be that it is the 20th Century - a look at how the work of Einstein an Freud affected future thought. However, I found that more of the book was concerned with the history of their subjects, and that much more could have been written about their influence on later science.
The book is easy to read, and would be useful for someone wanting to find out more about the lives of these two scientists. However I found that reading it was more likely to suggest new questions than to answer them. For instance, Freud started off pursuing a standard scientific career, and strove to apply the scientific method to his work. On the other hand Einstein started off as an outsider and judged his theories on his personal ideas of what must be right rahter than experimental evidence. So how come Einstein's work is now at the centre of science, whilst Freud's is sometimes seen as being on the fringe. I would have liked more discussion of questions such as this in Panek's book.