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A Reason for Everything free pdf A Reason for Everything is a brilliant and surprising fusion of science and biography. It is a very human book about the Britishness of evolutionary theory and the lives and personalities - often eccentric and controversial - of those who made it. Wonderful reviews confirmed this as a brilliant work of popular science and biography One of the most accessible and delightful books on the lives of scientists you will ever read Beautiful repackaging for the paperback will make this much more appealing and charming Destined to become a backlist classic for all popular science sections

About Marek Kohn

Marek Kohn is the author of The Race Gallery, A Reason for Everything, Dope Girls, Trust and Turned Out Nice. He lives in Sussex. 'Kohn is a wonderful writer', said A. C. Grayling, and Andrew Brown called him 'one of the best of our science writers'.

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Author : Marek Kohn
Publisher : Faber and Faber
Data Published : 01 September 2005
ISBN : 0571223931
EAN : 9780571223930
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 392 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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