The Magic of Reality - Richard Dawkins & Dave McKean

The Magic of Reality

By Richard Dawkins & Dave McKean

  • Release Date: 2012-09-11
  • Genre: Science & Nature
  • Book: The Magic of Reality
The Magic of Reality book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 68 Ratings)

The Magic of Reality Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

The Magic of Reality is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

  • Simply Remarkable.

    By Anson Pruneda
    I had been meaning to pick up the paperback version and when I finally saw it I bought it without a second thought, and I was not disappointed. I had heard this was a book geared towards kids and young adults so I was worried I would know most what Dawkins would be talking about in the book but to my surprise I learned quite a bit. The myths he portrays are lovely anecdotes before he breaks down the original proposed questions with the true scientific answer. Being a follower and frequent reader of Richard Dawkins I can honestly say he delivers with this book. I highly recommend this book to anybody of any age looking for a good read.
  • Great for young kids

    By sbcadam
    This an astonishing book for kids. This will get kids (9+) to think outside the proverbial box and ask questions.....about anything and everything. I think this is also a great book for adults who do not know much about science and would like a "catch-up" on various scientific subjects. Another well done book by Richard Dawkins.
  • Nice book

    By Mubarak555
    It's nice book
  • Self appointed

    By Getahorn
    Views of a writer with no reputable facts does not make a idea a truth echelon in stone
  • Great book

    By AGonz084
  • Get the app

    By Julian Grudzien
    Fabulous book which I'd thoroughly recommend. Written in a superbly clear style. My kids love it and it's brought back dim but happy memories of science classes. I felt a bit cheated when I discovered that for a few dollars more I could have had the iPad app which has all the text plus an interactive experience. Surely this could be explained on the Bookstore description so customers know they have a choice.

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