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'... a breathtaking, broad vision of the role of a single gas in our life, from the origin of organisms, through the emergence of creatures, and to their deaths ... packed full of interesting life- and death-stories .... A wonderful read.'
'... one of the most thought-provoking books I have ever read.'
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one of the best science book I have read. a lot of info I didn't know. Hope the author continue to produce this sort of quality work.Published 6 months ago by l
Got this book for my daughter she food it very helpful and interestingPublished 7 months ago by E. M. Robinson
A three page glossary of technical words and phrases indicates that this is not a "coffee table" book, but one that requires the reader's concentration. Read morePublished 10 months ago by John Southern
Well written and authoritative but sometimes gets bogged down in covering evidence and counter evidence for this, that and the other. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dr Chris
Nick Lane provides the clearest and most detailed account of the evolution of what, in colloquial terms, is termed "mother nature". Read morePublished 10 months ago by Julian Hitchcock
Nick Lane's series of cellular evolution are extremely well written and hugely informative. Waiting for the next book in the same context.Published 12 months ago by Paul Watson
Very well written and maintains your interest throughout. It's amazing how well presented the information is. Well worth the read.Published 15 months ago by Teacher47
The Kindle version of Oxygen has the cover mis-matched with a book about African genocide! Can we get this corrected please? Read morePublished 19 months ago by mjbaker
When downloaded, the file showed the correct cover, and correct title on each page, but the contents were a book about wars in Africa. Requested refund based on defective content.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer