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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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 2 days 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 27 days 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 28 days ago by Where Is Belgium?
I've always enjoyed watching Christopher Hitchens debating and discussing on this topic and decided to finally give this book a read and am glad I did. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Geekly Reviews
Humbling to read great works of literature and to be privileged to see inside of an intellectual, wise, humane and truly hilariously funny man.Published 1 month ago by irene melia
Richard Dawkins saw religion as a virus infecting mankind. In this book, Christopher Hitchens convinces the reader of the absolute truth in that statement.Published 1 month ago by robert marks
A great listen. Wish I was even a third as clever as what he was.Published 1 month ago by Jay Bourne