Smart, funny, interesting
Sure, but who has the time!
How can you neat a book written about Penn, by Penn and read in his sexy voice. I loved it!
I love Bill Bryson, and its such a pleasure to have a title that he also reads himself. Bryson makes the most seemingly mundane things absolutely fascinating. If you liked "A Short History of Nearly Everything", you'll love this.
The best audiobooks are the ones that are read by the author. And the best of those are the ones where the author has a great voice, and Steyn is one of those guys. Best of all, he's smart AND he's funny. You can't beat that.
I read this book and then went and bought the audiobook to hear it read to me again. Its that good.
And Steyn is right on the money about EVERYTHING, but even if you don't agree with his politics, he's still fascinating.
This book got me interested in science again. Makes me want to go back to university and take all the sciences.
Its great from cover to cover.
The bit about Yellowstone Park.
Not that kind of book
Just an awesome, awesome book.
Its a fascinating topic, and the concept is great.
I now, more or less, get what E=MC2 really means
I didn't like his voice or his intonation. Pit, because its great material. Deserved someone better.
Not really that kind of book
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