McCarthy explains the complexities of biogeography with an enjoyable ease.
No matter how much of a nerd I might be called for this, but I read this book twice, and the second time was twice as fun as the first!
Weaving the facts into a captivating narrative, the book informs under the guise of page-turning entertainment.
This book was a great read (coming from someone who doesn't read). It was very interesting from cover to cover. Read morePublished 13 days ago by T. Noonan
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sounded interesting. It really is, too. McCarthy explains the complexities of biogeography with an enjoyable ease. Read more
Its like an upgraded version of Darwin's ''Origin of Species''! Based on facts and figures! Awesome read and I would recommend it to everyone I know!Published 7 months ago by andrea
Leitura super agradável com um monte de estudos de caso super interessantes. Bem barato em papel ou na forma eletrônica (Kindle Store da Amazon). Recomendo.Published 11 months ago by Ricardo S.
I tried and tried again and could not get through the book. I have no memory of the part I was able to read.Published 15 months ago by Rosalia
I thought I knew it all until I read this book. I immediately deleted my Facebook account after reading the first three chapters. It was that good. Read morePublished 17 months ago by VIPbeachBum
This is a highly readable introduction to the underappreciated (and probably underdeveloped) field of biogeography. Read morePublished on March 4, 2011 by Tintin
I found this to be a well-written account of the relationship between biological evolution and geological change. Many of the examples were new to me. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by mydnar
Short thorough accessible historical view of the field of emerging field of biogeography. This book is great...I really value it, and will keep it to re-read often. Read morePublished on September 26, 2010 by costume woman