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E.O. Wilson, the eminent scientist, has turned his had to writing fiction in this wonderful book. His lifelong specialty is the study of ants and he manages to insert a fascinating... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Finn
Great. Read With some entomology added . Have lent my copy numerous times, well receivedPublished 5 months ago by M C. Rose-Walker
Exceptional book! Who can get excited about ant colonies? I did and I'd highly recommend this unique page-turner.Published 6 months ago by Bonne Price
Fascinating book. I'll never think of ants the same again....even gives me guilt when I exterminate the home ant invaders. Recommend.Published 9 months ago by kkcj
ANTHILL is a remarkable novel. Harvard professor E. O. Wilson has spent his life in science, devoting much of his work to the study of ants, but being a good scientist doesn't... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kent Peterson
Good effort even though Prof. Wilson is a much better science writer than novelist. He is also a distinguished scientist and naturalist so I give him every break as a first time... Read morePublished 9 months ago by me
About main character Raphael Semmes Cody and his life-long relationship with a local wilderness. This relationship involves finesse and nuance. Read morePublished 12 months ago by EBCreader