I'm not well versed in biological knowledge. I never have taken a chemistry course and I only have high school level biology education. I know little of genetics. But, I've learned much from this book. The reading is a bit over my head in some ways, but plain enough in others. I have read into it to learn more about the processes of evolution at work. It is an engaging and exciting read.
I won't bother readers with my rudimentary understanding. I recognize that I'm sort of out of my league here. But, I believe that knowledge is precious and that everything we can do to expand our knowledge is important, and thusly worth my time. When theory is applied to the practical mechanics a booming picture of the evolutionary process is powerfully displayed.
You may have no interest in technical knowledge concerning biological formations, but I urge you to at least consider expanding your knowledge base with real information. Don't buy popular level books which only cover someone else's agenda to promote their own view of the world. Actually take the time to learn about the real information, the real world. You won't understand evolution simply because someone else said so. But, actually looking at what happens in evolution brings you all the more closer to real understanding.