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Do you want to learn how our planet and the life on it became what they are today? Learn about the 50 most important events in world history, from the beginning of time to the present day.

This book is perfect for history lovers. Author James Weber did the research and compiled this huge list of events that changed our planet's history forever. Some of them include:

  • The Big Bang (13.8 billion years ago)
  • First life on Earth (3.7 billion years ago)
  • The era of the T-Rex (68 million years ago)
  • The Cretaceous
  • Paleogene extinction that killed the dinosaurs (65 million years ago)
  • The Yellowstone super-volcanic eruption (640,000 years ago)
  • The last mammoth on Earth (4,500 years ago)
  • And many many more

The book takes you through the most important events on Earth over the last three billion years. You will find explanations of every event, making this the perfect resource for students and anyone wanting to broaden their knowledge in history. If you are looking for a book on world history from a human perspective, be sure to check out World History in 50 Events. Download your copy now!

©2015 James Weber (P)2016 James Weber

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Clive Johnson is a great narrator

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Absolutely. Informative, sharp, never boring.

What other book might you compare World History in 50 Events to and why?

H.G. Wells' book on world history.

Which scene was your favorite?

The religious parts.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Yes. Love it.

Any additional comments?

Clive Johnson brings a rare and real quality to his work. I listen to books that he narrates just because he narrates them! Genius!