Book Review: We are all stardust by Stefan Klein

We Are All Stardust: Scientists Who Shaped Our World Talk about Their Work, Their Lives, and What They Still Want to Know.

Stefan Klein (Author), Ross Benjamin (Translator)

Kindle Edition

This is a most entertaining book, ideal for when you want a refreshing read, not too light, not too deep, but just right. Since it is a compendium of interviews, you can easily read it at your own pace. The interviews make you think, and oftentimes trigger your curiosity making you to find more about the topics. The book is composed of s series of interviews to scholars who are engaged in a variety of disciplines. This book has something for most, and as expected for this kind of book, the quality of each chapter varies, but I’d say that most of them are pretty good to great.

There was also an unexpected treat: Richard Dawkins praising Jesus (for real, not ironically)!

I just got it on Kindle for $1.99, and it was worth it! I do not know if they have changed the price yet. Check it out!

Publisher: The Experiment; Tra edition (November 5, 2015)


Picture credit: The Experiment


Picture credit: The Experiment.


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