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Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind 1st , Kindle Edition
|Length: 466 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||Language: English|
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Its unbelievable how author put forth history/future of humankind in such an never ending enthusiastic manner.
loved both the books
As I picked up this one which came highly recommended from loads of people, found it a little boring and a kind of a slow starter. I always thought Yuval must be a Japanese, Chinese or a Korean may be but to my shock and surprise he turned out to be an Israeli. Wow! I guess this is my first from someone from that part of the world and its incredible.Read more ›
You wouldn't even want to put it down.It's the ocean of knowledge compressed in 450 pages.
Definitely one of the best books I have read in my lifetime!!!!!!
If not buy this ticket and hop on. the Author takes you on ride to the mystic truth of the chaotic creatures that evolved to almost challenge the spirit of mother nature. I am sure that you will have an awe till the last word.this book brings all the spiritual beliefs as science.
this book clearly explains why the other humans the Apes, Neandarthals or the erectus species were unable to be in the position, where we are now.this book is a serious Rationalist.there is a reason behind every single silly thing.
for example : there is a reason for fire being worshiped as god.
Because using fire people cooked food.
the two organs which consumed a lot of energy were brains and intestines.as cooked food reduced the energy utilized by intestines, that energy flowed to the brains.that made the brain grow. eventually the size of the head of sapiens. as the female cant give birth to large headed creatures babies were born premature.that is why puppies can walk within a week and it takes almost a year for babies to walk.so anything can be taught to these ignorant babies and that is why we are here on the top.
this is in just a single page and every single page has lot of these rationalist thoughts.explore the remaining for yourself. just go for it.
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This is one of those rare books that makes you think, think hard, think again and yet again. Brilliant! A must read for everyone. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by S. Waikhom
the book provides a very wide perspective of various issues discussed. Also, the large number of examples included help the reader digest the different perspectoves offered.Published 10 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Thought provoking and insightful. One of the best books I have read and i read a lot. Highly recommend it.Published 2 days ago by vivferrari
Clarifies a lot of confusion in your head about the origin of important things in human life.
Buckle up, you are up for surprises.
Its a superbly written book. What makes his perspective so interesting is an unjaundiced eye looking at everything without coming from any 'position'. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Sutapa
The title honors the content. A brief history for sure. But Yual does touch upon a lot to make it feel a detailed history. Read morePublished 5 days ago by karthikeyan
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