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Science, Numbers And I Mass Market Paperback – May 5, 1955
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Not that I'm recommending this become a new world religion, but any book that can influence someone to this extent must be worth at least a read...
Asimov's style is clear, casual, and readable by anyone. His subject matter is deep and not easily outdated. The book is a great introduction to several topics, not the least of which is the way people think as a group.
Asimov was still developing his voice as a non-fiction author, but it's still a good book, but readers without a science background would be advised to read some of his easier books, like Jupiter and The Planet that Wasn't.