I'm browsing it, read about half, love them all.
Organizing it this ways serves to make the book more entertaining in the variety of subjects that are presented when the book is read from cover to cover.
In The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing [Oxford University Press 2008] by Richard Dawkins, we encounter the inverse process.
This is a book for people who enjoy science and sci-fi. In a computer age, it is also for people who still enjoy holding a book in their hands.Published 4 days ago by movie gal
I am using this edition in my English course of Science and Nature writing. We've started with the "What Scientist Study" and the subject matter is intense and very... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dave Jones
If you have a perfect geometric view of reality and a highly polished Cartesian rationalism, then this is for you. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Allan Eaddy
How do you pick the best science writing of the twentieth century? Really it all comes down to a matter of opinion, which almost always results in the complaint and special... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stretchkev
This is an excellent compendium of science writings that span back to the days of Darwin.
Dawkins covers and inspires with his selection.
The book is everything I had hoped it would and more. I will really enjoy this book for years to come!Published 14 months ago by S. Groth