From Publishers Weekly
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Richard Dawkins is a great Darwanian defender and a mayor evolution thinker.
Some of the Dawkins ideas such as the idea of the selfish Gene and his ideas on Gene "cooperation" are described in this book.
As a technoligist who enjoys reading laymen books on science and other topics, I found this book amazing.
this book is published by Basic Books, intended as a brief summary of Dawkins' work, and I think it has done an admirable job of doing just that. Read morePublished 1 month ago by dr
I read this book for a science class in my university and I was pleasantly surprised with the authors ability to convey many hard and technical science theories into simple ideas... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chris
This is a short little book that really explains how DNA and evolution work. It is aimed at a general audience, and it succeeds very well, in my opinion. Read morePublished 6 months ago by double_H
Having read all of Dawkin's books and although this was not
one of my favorites it is still a good read and would be enjoyable for anyone with a curious mind.
This is my 6th Dawkins book. I think it would have made a better 1st. It weaves together some of the ideas of The Selfish Gene and The Blind Watchmaker with only the tiniest... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Quai Chang Cain
An excellent and easy to understand explanation of the role of genetics in evolution. It should be required reading for every high school student.Published 13 months ago by Jerry B. Schell
I have read two of Dawkin's other books, "The God Delusion and "The greatest show On Earth". Thus, I was somewhat familiar with his work. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert Williams