I read/listened to "man hunt" first. I am glad I did even though man hunt got a lot of the raid's facts wrong, it provides a clearer picture since no easy day focuses on the tactical side.
I wish he would have kept it completely politically neutral. He did for the most part but you could tell from some of the writing that troops have fox news on their TVs (although not called out by name)
it's the book Cosmos producers should have made. it was like a companion book to the series.
this is not exactly what I was expecting, but it was an excellent book. I highly recommend it. it is very relevant to what is going on right now.
I don't see why I'm required to write twenty words just to submit a review. The book is very interesting. highly recommended.
I read this first, then listened to it. I loved it. I wish he explained the bootstrap paradox, but he didn't.
the performance or read, felt rushed. the book is still excellent and worth reading I think.
The Trouble With Physics: is still one of my favorite books. Read it first if you haven't already.
There is nothing wrong with this book. I would be quite interesting to someone new to Dawkins. If you have read many of his books and watched the BBC specials, then you are already familiar with a good portion of the story.
I would have said his performance was excellent except that I went to an appearance where he read from the book. His performance in person was quite funny, lively and emotional. The Audible read was more reserved.
I found the book didn't grab my attention until he wrote about his graduate work and beyond. It seemed to end abruptly as well. I have a feeling an authorized 3rd person biography would be much more interesting.
You know you're going to read it anyway. Why bother reading these reviews? It's good, it's just not his best
eye opening how irresponsible the media is when publishing a story
yes. andrew wakefield should be held accountable for the damage he has caused.
the rest of the mail order quacks should be publicly ridiculed for their nonsense. I'm talking about you Chopra
I'm extremely picky about which audio books I download so they are all really good or I return them. This one stands apart. I could easily rank it in my top 5
Richard Lenski's experiment
The timbre of his voice and the refinement of the performance is "like wiping your ass with silk"
only an intelligent friend that enjoys both history and science
I liked the timeline of timekeeping and it's effects on society
honestly I think Adam frank did a better job explaining time that Sean Carroll did in his book. The two books are very different though
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