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One of the best science books I've ever read.
The book would be highly recommended to high school biology teachers because it illustrates how science develops, and because of its perspective on life.
Thanks to Lane's writing, these chapters don't only make for interesting reading but stimulating reading as well.
I found this book to be a wonderful piece of evolutionary history.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
I like this book. It provides a lot to consider that I never considered before.Published 1 month ago by Mana
This is the first book I read by Nick Lane and it surely won't be the last. In ten chapters, he discusses what he feels are the ten great inventions of evolution. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Randolph Eck
good read but need good focus otherwise its hard to keep up with the terms and theory.Published 8 months ago by shankar
Masterfully written with wit, humor and luscious prose. Nick Lane makes reading science and even it's complex nature fun and understandable. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Christopher J. Renzi
How can one man know so much and be able to write so well? Nick Lane takes difficult scientific concepts and weaves them into a pleasant read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tammy R
Must read for anyone with a scientific and inquiring mind. The vast range of topics addressed is both daunting and inspiring. This one I'll definitely rereadPublished 10 months ago by Michiel Kotting
His first three books really opened my mind. New ways of seeing biochemistry. Plus he's so much fun to read!Published 10 months ago by Rainbow's Daughter
This is the best book on evolution I have read for years, maybe, decades, possibly ever. Lane's combination of evolution and biochemistry, coupled with original thinking and a wry... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Aquagem