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I recommend this novel to everyone, even if one is just looking for a book to read for fun.
This is an outstanding book I recommend to anyone interested in undestanding how modern science is advancing its world view.
For the most part it is relatively easy to read, though there are times when the book is hard to follow.
This book is about a lot of things, from the history of life on earth to why we age. It is tied together by oxygen. Lane structures it, “Many people believe this. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Roger Sweeny
His first three books really opened my mind. New ways of seeing biochemistry. Plus he's so much fun to read!Published 6 months ago by Rainbow's Daughter
Clear logical arguments that are hard to refute. A riveting read: up there with Dawkins and Ridley. A five star must.Published 9 months ago by ajsmuts
I read book with interest but it added little to my understanding history of O2 on earth. BR Shiva PPublished 9 months ago by Deborah M. Przedpelska
I read this book on the string recommendation of my brother. It provides a fascinating (and surprising) history of life on earth - not the history I expected - starting at the very... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Warren
An in-depth exploration of something we take for granted that renders life as we know it possible and also destroys it in the end. Read morePublished 10 months ago by WordLover
I read the sample version and I found it interesting and could understand the text well. I bought the full version and from chapter to chapter the text got more and more detailed,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by The Kiwi
Oxygen: The molecule that made the world was an extensive analysis of how an element so toxic and reactive could go from
being poisonous to life forms (and flammable on top of... Read more