"Controversial but highly attractive claims about human evolution
and our human love of water and the sea." -- Margaret Drabble
"It was one of the most outrageous, improbable evolutionary ideas
ever proposed... now the idea... is becoming respectable."
-- 'The Observer'
"More scientific than Genesis, more up to date than Darwin, more
fun than Ardrey... she writes better than Desmond Morris." -- 'Sunday Telegraph'
"Part feminist polemic, part evolutionary bombshell." -- 'The Guardian'
"She is more scientific than Genesis, more up to date than
Darwin... and she writes better than Desmond Morris."
-- 'Sunday Telegraph' --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
More difficult to read than her Descent of Woman, but a good follow up.Published 10 days ago by audrey pollard
Outstanding, really gives the orthodox community pause for thought as they clearly don't know everything and are shown to be inflexible in their own views.Published 10 months ago by Mr critical
So radical and thought provoking. With human evolution a constant interest for me, this very readable little book caused me to pause after years of believing in the savannah theory... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dolomede
An interesting read on a controversial subject. The scientific is hell bent on dismissing this theory, while certain aspect of it seem like a bit of a stretch some other very much... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Michel Bartz
An evolutionary theory of exceptional brilliance, first proposed by Max Westenhofer in 1942, further developed by Alister Hardy in 1960 and then in 1997 by the wonderful Elaine... Read morePublished 22 months ago by David E. Rosser
This is the best book to date, and I have read most of the others. I am a doctor, and her arguments totally convince me. Read morePublished on 20 Aug. 2013 by Elen
Well written and compelling argument by a clearly very intelligent and articulate author. Many of her hypotheses make a lot of sense.Published on 15 July 2013 by Ranjan Guha
This excellent and paradigm-breaking work resolves many apparent paradoxes regarding the strange evolution of a savanna carnivore called people. Read morePublished on 24 Jun. 2013 by Rebound
How come there are still those who cannot see thr obvious, that we as biological beings spent a long time of our lives and thus evolution in the sea. Read morePublished on 6 Feb. 2013 by Ami Hjorth