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This is not as much a popular science book as it is the introduction of a new hypothesis. So if you are looking for a quick read look elsewhere.Published 6 months ago by Ben
This book is not for the general public, especially the first 10 chapters. It get very technical sometime, even for a molecular biology student like me. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dom
Richard Dawkins tells you this his favourite book he has written, and in many ways is the culmination of his contribution to evolutionary biology. Read morePublished on June 25 2011 by bmk
Dawkins refuses to let it go. Astrobiology and microbiology is pushing the final nail in the coffin of this ultra-Darwinist garbage. Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2003
I once bought this book at a university bookstore, but I later returned it. It was ok I guess, but a bit too technical for my tastes -- it's more something I'd rather check out... Read morePublished on March 12 2003 by "aaron_of_mpls"
1) The fine print is hard on the eyes.
2) Dawkins' brilliant points are buried between tendentious rebuttals of criticism of his own prior works, and belabored claims of... Read more
This book is a version of Dawkins previous book the Selfish Gene, which is supposed to be aimed at the scientific community, in stead of the general public. Why Mr. Read morePublished on March 19 2002 by Mohammad Nor Syamsu
Since Charles Darwin, evolutionary theorists have been defending the common descent of all life. What is interesting to notice is that evolutionists don't really have hard evidence... Read morePublished on March 6 2002 by Jonatas Machado