|Homo sapiens & Homo deus - Yuval Noah Harari (book discussion)
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|Author:||IBstudentMoksu [ Wed Sep 18, 2019 1:21 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Homo sapiens & Homo deus - Yuval Noah Harari (book discussion)|
Greeting from Finland.
I came here to discuss books and I am posting my first post about Yuval Noah Harari's two books: Homo Sapiens & Homo Deus.
Now I will give my opinion about the books. After that - if you have read the said two books - I would appreciate if you would tell your opinions. I think that is important to mention that I will not spoil any of the parts about the books (bc I know how frustrating it might be when there comes spoilers).
My opinion :
The books themselves are written with plenty of factual information and interesting perspectives to look at things.
Both of these books gave me a lot of information about us as a species, as homo sapiens, and the world that we live in.
These books were both so interesting that I had a hard time to let go of them from my hands. I would almost instantly grave for more fascinating information written by this talented writer. Yuval Noah Harari has a certain writing style that made it easy and pleasant to consume information out of those books. These two books, in my opinion, are not heavy reads as non-academical books, but some people might think that a few sections are harder to understand than others.
Now I would like to know what you think of these books. Did you love them? Hate them? and why? What kind of ideas did you get from these books?
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|Author:||LanDroid [ Wed Sep 18, 2019 6:40 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Homo sapiens & Homo deus - Yuval Noah Harari (book discussion)|
Last year Booktalk discussed Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind - by Yuval Noah Harari. Check out our discussion and see what you think...
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