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Asimov's New Guide to Science

Original title:
The Intelligent Man's Guide to Science
Author:
Isaac Asimov (author)
Language:
English
Publisher:
Penguin Books
Categories:
Biology, chemistry and science
Publication year:
1987
Original publication year:
1984
ISBN:
978-0-140-17213-3
Pages:
880
Synopsis:

This is a thick door-stopper of a book, dealing with all of science (and the history of science in general). It's divided into two major parts, The Physical Sciences and The Biological Sciences.

Review:

Asimov wrote very well fiction, but I think non-fiction is where he shines, and this book is no exception. Go buy it, and get an overview of the vast fields of science!

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