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A book explaining the scientific evidence for evolution. It is an easy to understand book for the majority of folks.Published on December 20, 2012 by HMK
Note: I received this copy via Netgalley
Ellis looks at the various factors that have contributed and still are to the extinction or the species being threatened. Read more
Recieved a copy for review.
I first learned about the Tasmanian Tiger (or Wolf) when I read The Guinness book of Animals. It sounds very cool. Read more
No Turning Back changed my views on protecting threatened species. I never had much use for spotted owls or snail darters or threatened toads until I read Ellis' book. Read morePublished on July 18, 2010 by R. Golen
After reading the review from the raving egotist who gave the book one star simply because Mr. Ellis doesn't think he's as smart as his mom told him he is I thought that I should... Read morePublished on May 11, 2009 by The Automaton
I am amazed that Ellis mentions his scathing review of MEG in this book. The LA Times actually hired him to do a hatchet job on my first novel, after LA Times book review editor... Read morePublished on August 16, 2008 by Steve Alten