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I am very much interested in this subject & have read his other books.
Sykes obviously hasn't read it but he should before passing further judgment, albeit obliquely, on a section of society that he clearly knows little about.
Sykes has done it again with this follow-up of his "Seven Daughters of Eve."
I read a translated version of this book (Russian) many years ago in college. My academic advisor suggested it. I remember that the book completely changed my views on many things. Read morePublished 1 month ago by O. Verbovaya
Bryan Sykes, one of the pioneers of genetic testing, explains our X and Y chromosomes in a way that makes the layman understand.Published 9 months ago by Theresa Snoddy
but not about this book, because these people do not read much. they are bigfoot hunters who have given samples to him that he has probably tested but not yet let out the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lizardhaven
I find the book both fascinating and rather disappointing at the same time. It is fascinating because
here the author writes beautifully about genetics, evolutionary biology,... Read more
I read this when it was first published but it was a library loan. I wanted my husband to read it, too, but couldn't find it in stores. Love the premise. Fascinating.Published 15 months ago by CMG
Ad ever, your items are in PERFECT condition and are sent IMMEDIATELY and with everything as promised. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sandra M. Peterson
I am very much interested in this subject & have read his other books. I find the techical parts very difficult to grasp, so I don't try to understand at all levels, but i get the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Joan M. Troxa
I've read each of Bryan Sykes books as they've been published. He has an engaging way of writing that puts the reader in the front seat of the discussion at hand. Read morePublished 21 months ago by JJares