20 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Whilst this book is a good read its one and major problem is its delivery of the subject. Atheists will lap it up, whilst any theists who have a look will quickly find themselves on the defensive - and increasingly so as the book continues. Dawkins style holds nothing back and he makes no appologies for it. The problem being that this aggresive stance will turn off the theistic reader as they discover all the grounds for their beliefs are smashed apart with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer.
Atheists will bask in the comforting smugness of Dawkins confidence, whilst any theist still reading after the assault of the first few chapters will find their minds doing the equivalent… Read more