A Short History of Nearly Everything Free Audiobook

A Short History of Nearly Everything (2003)

Science has never been so involved or entertaining.

In his most ambitious book, Bill Bryson tackles the biggest questions we’ve asked about the universe and ourselves: What is our place in it? Where did we come from? And where are we going? Bryson seeks to understand the evolution of life from its origins to the present day.

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In order to answer that questions, He has attached himself to a group of the worldā€™s most advanced (often obsessed) archaeologists, anthropologists, and mathematicians, traveling to their offices, laboratories, and field camps. He has read their books, pestered him with questions, and apprenticed himself to his powerful mind.

“One of the world’s most beloved and best-sellers takes his ultimate journey – through the most fascinating and intractable questions in science.”

The Book GuideĀ® Editor

A Short History of Everything is the record of this quest. It is sometimes profound, sometimes funny, and always supremely clear. Only Bill Bryson can render these things so well.

A Short History of Nearly Everything (2003) by Bill Bryson

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