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And Then You're Dead: A Scientific Exploration of the World's Most Interesting Ways to Die Paperback – 2 Nov 2017
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In the introduction to this hugely entertaining read, the authors hope that by combining 'science and gruesome detail', they'll bring us a book where 'Stephen King meets Stephen Hawking'. By the end, this mission has been triumphantly accomplished. * Daily Mail * Sure to please the macabre-minded. * BBC Focus magazine * Entertaining - if harrowing. * New York Times Book Review * Vivid, engaging and utterly fascinating...With bite-size morsels of astonishing science and the perfect combination of smart-alecky writing and black humour, this page-turner will surely debunk any misapprehension that science is dull. * Booklist (starred review) * As someone who is averse to flying, elevators, and a catalog of other things I'd rather not admit to, I found this book strangely cathartic. A great read, full of interesting anecdotes and funny commentary. -- Ali Almossawi * author of BAD CHOICES *
The ideal stocking filler for anyone looking for some good, clean, grisly fun this Christmas. --This text refers to the Unknown Binding edition.See all Product description
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The short chapters make this an easy book to read in briefs spurts, as in the loo (no double entendre intended). The chapter links can be tenuous and forced at times, but on the whole work well. Probably a must read for pub quiz masters and factoid addicts.
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