Who'd have thought that a book on atheism could be so entertaining? (Sue Arnold GUARDIAN)
of the down-with-God books.'
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The book reveals more of what you suspect is true. In depth research well presented, takes you to a conclusion that is undeniable.Published 2 days ago
A carefully put together book that is strident in places but takes great care to support its positions properly. Read morePublished 4 days ago by John Harbord
What a book, buy some for some friends. Hitchen's in full flight, is a great reading experience.Published 22 days ago by Karl Skid Marks The First.
I think this is a wonderful book and only withheld a star because I felt the last few chapters were less coherent and gripping than the earlier ones! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael McKenna
I bought this after being recommended by a friend and absolutely loved it. I bought the audio book too after reading this which was perfect to listen to when working. Read morePublished 1 month ago by sam tier
Tears a strip off the filth and horror of religion quite deservedly even if it does come across as a bit of a rant in some places. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Where Is Belgium?