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  1. says:

    As with any compilation of different authors this book is pretty inconsistent and I think it's also a bit long I was ready to be done with it before I finished it but there were some good bits in there and the less interesting stuff wasn't terrible or anything


  2. says:

    I discovered this collection of works last year and thoroughly enjoyed the 2012 edition It appeals to my nerdy science brain without being so technical it can't be followed An interesting read and good mix of topics


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