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This is a very well researched book that is very well written.
Hitchens made too few of arguments for his point, and too many against his opposition (religion); more balance would have made the text seem less repetitive.
It has made me question and really think things through, and I think that is a good thing.
I wasn't a huge fan of Christopher Hitchens's writing style, because to be completely truthful it was a little dry and a little thick, but he was after all carrying a rather heavy... Read morePublished 13 hours ago by Swank Ivy
Easy to digest, nearly as eloquent in print as Hitch is in tongue, this was a wonderful read that shows just how affective an argument can be made that religion simply isn't... Read morePublished 2 days ago by David
An absolute reading pleasure. If you have any doubts about religion and faith, reading this book will make you an atheist. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Troels Danielsen
Funny how atheism is manifested itself as a “believe” that does not required much logic, just empty rhetoric. Hardly far from extremism of any other religion.Published 5 days ago by al
Eloquent. Typical guaranteed Hitchens -quality. Well argumented and concise.Published 6 days ago by Wizand
This book addresses deep seated ambiguous questions about religion & "Church people" who claim that "God speaks to them personally. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Glenda D. Dickey
This is in itself a "Bible." A guide to what to believe or not. Clear and scholarly at once. Deserves reading and re-reading.Published 8 days ago by Meredith Titus Smith
I would recommend this book just on the basis of the information. This information gives you a different perspective on the subject matter. Read morePublished 8 days ago by John Door