Greetings Otherworld travelers! I have got a special treat for you today. It’s not often that we step outside of literary works, but we have managed to do it a few times over the last few months and years. Today, we’re looking at the non-fiction works of Frank Dunne, who we’ve previously promoted. Today’s work is more academic, though the author still likens his writing to that of Isaac Asimov. If that sounds like it will tickle your fancy, why not learn more about From Molecule to Modern Human?
Author Frank Dunne delivers wonderful prose in fiction, but he also shows great passion for research and study with his non-fiction work as well. In From Molecule to Modern Human: The 4.4-Billion-Year Evolution of Homo Sapiens, he explores many scientific notions that explore what it means to be alive, and to then understand what it means to truly live. Because to live is to question. There are a good deal of observations within this book, and Dunne keeps things interesting throughout.
Human evolution, climate change, physics, quantum strangeness, dinosaur asteroid impacts, and more. This brief book will answer many of today’s most controversial science questions
and may turn you into a science know-it-all!
This book will appeal to anyone with a scientific curiosity or the gift of wonder: from the science fiction or fantasy enthusiast to the professional scientist; from the steamy jungles of the Carboniferous Period, to the dinosaur extinction, to a fanciful trip to Tau Ceti; this book will educate and entertain. If you’re looking for a great academic read that manages to delight in great ways, you’ll want to pick up this book. Check out From Molecule to Modern Human: The 4.4-Billion-Year Evolution of Homo Sapiens on Amazon today!