Non-fiction book reviews, looking at some of the best new publications, including hardback and paperback releases, ranging from scientific books to theological debate, art, politics, travel and history.
It’s not often that you come across a new travel writer with flare and wit, as well as a whole new direction in tourism, but in Dom Joly’s The Dark Tourist that’s
Whatever your religious views might be, Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion is an absolute must read. It’s not really a light book to plough through, but it’s definitely worth the effort, because
The Irvine Welsh of the scientific literary world Originally written in 1976, and this the second edition in 1989, Richard Dawkins’ The Selfish Gene demands a significant mental shift to
Dawn of the dumb: Dispatches from the idiotic frontline is basically an introduction to the hilariously angry rantings of one Charlton “Charlie”