explained A Short History of Nearly Everything, review A Short History of Nearly Everything, trailer A Short History of Nearly Everything, box office A Short History of Nearly Everything, analysis A Short History of Nearly Everything, A Short History of Nearly Everything 02e4 In Bryson S Biggest Book, He Confronts His Greatest Challenge To Understand And, If Possible, Answer The Oldest, Biggest Questions We Have Posed About The Universe And Ourselves Taking As Territory Everything From The Big Bang To The Rise Of Civilization, Bryson Seeks To Understand How We Got From There Being Nothing At All To There Being Us To That End, He Has Attached Himself To A Host Of The World S Most Advanced And Often Obsessed Archaeologists, Anthropologists, And Mathematicians, Travelling To Their Offices, Laboratories, And Field Camps He Has Read Or Tried To Read Their Books, Pestered Them With Questions, Apprenticed Himself To Their Powerful Minds A Short History Of Nearly Everythingis The Record Of This Quest, And It Is A Sometimes Profound, Sometimes Funny, And Always Supremely Clear And Entertaining Adventure In The Realms Of Human Knowledge, As Only Bill Bryson Can Render It Science Has Never Been Involving Or Entertaining.
- 687 pages
- A Short History of Nearly Everything
- Bill Bryson
- 09 January 2018 Bill Bryson