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I expected more pictures and less pontificating. Definitely not a book for kids/teens.Published 2 months ago by Francis Assaf
First I got a book in very good condition.
I must say up front I disagree with the premise in this book. However I also like to see different points-of-view on things. Read more
This book is not The Future is Wild, although it certainly looks as if it was marketed to be a similar account of the future's inhabitants. Read morePublished on March 16, 2009 by Abyssal
This book is very depressing. It paints a picture nobody wants to view. Some of the prose in this book is poorly written, and there are some minor factual errors. Read morePublished on March 19, 2007 by J. Garson
I am not fully sure where to begin. I have never really felt compelled to write a review but this book did indeed compel me to, and not to discuss how much I liked it. Read morePublished on December 2, 2005 by T. H. Wyman
I didn't like Peter Ward's book on evolution of the future at all. Granted, some of it is original and compelling and he has every right to state his beliefs but I see it as very... Read morePublished on November 13, 2005
about where we've been or where we are going. Well, the latter is of course only speculation but as for the former well where we've been evolutionarily---- it's only a lot of... Read morePublished on June 22, 2005 by Bill C.
Often at the beginning of the chapters, he includes information or stories which are inappropriate and unnecessary and that don't appear to further add to or explain the subject... Read morePublished on June 10, 2005 by Tamara
Peter Ward's research into life's history of extinctions inevitably displays recoveries. Evolution's long, sometimes tortuous course, is necessarily spotted with species' demise... Read morePublished on February 18, 2005 by Stephen A. Haines