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I really enjoyed the book, it makes science interesting by telling you how the world will end.Published 17 days ago by Margarita G. Gutierrez
I'm an astronomy buff so I love this kind of stuff but novices will find it entertaining and informative as well. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Joshua Micah Branham
Few science books I have ever read have been this entertaining, this informative and this thought provoking. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
great book Phillip Plait goes to great length to explain all the ways that our existence could end. one of the better books I have read. READ THIS BOOK !!!!!!Published 7 months ago by music48
Marked all over with Phil Plait's trademark humor, this book is a must for anyone who's a fan of epic disasters (or science fiction). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Scarlett R. Algee
As a new follower of astronomy (had to teach a basic course in high school this year, so had to learn as much as I could, stat), I found this to be a fascinating book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by bhr
He over simplifies and misunderstands the very concepts he attempts to explain.Published 8 months ago by Kristen