Bill Bryson
ISBN: 076790818X
Read: 6/5/2012
Pages: 544
Rating: 9/10
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Reading Ease: Reading Time:14 hours

One of the most fun science book I have ever read. Bill Bryson's A Really Short History of Nearly Everything is an engaging journey through the scientific discoveries made within the last few hundred years. The book is written in a way that a layman can understand the context of the key scientific moments and its resulting impact on the world. Bryson paints a comprehensible view on just how lucky we are to even exist and the tremendous progress we have made in science and as a global society.

Motivations to Read

I've heard a lot of good things about this book, and I wanted to take a deep dive into Science and History. I need to stretch my reading capacity, so I wanted to tackle a more dense book. It was between Harry Potter and this.. I'm glad I choose A Really Short History of Nearly Everything.

3 Reasons to Read

  • A more approachable read to learning about science and history
  • Uncover some of sciences accidental discoveries
  • A great book on the history of natural sciences
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