- Name: A Short History of Nearly Everything Audiobook
- Author: Bill Bryson.
- Published: February 4, 2003
- Series: None.
- Genre: Non-fiction, Popular Science.
- Rating: 4.2 Star Review.
A Short History of Nearly Everything Audiobook – Details And Storyline:
A Short History of Nearly Everything Audiobook Unabridged got commonly good surveys, with analysts’ referring to the book as educational, elegantly composed, and profoundly engaging. In 2004, this book won Bryson the Aventis Prizes for Science Books for best broad science book. Bryson later gave the GBP£10,000 prize to the Great Ormond Street Hospital kids’ cause.
In Bryson’s greatest book, he rises to his greatest test: to understand – and, as far as possible, answer – the longest, greatest questions we have given the universe and ourselves. Taking as universal everything from the Big Bang to the rise of human civilization, Bryson looks to see how it is possible for us to be meaningless from being where we are.
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About The Author:
William McGuire Bryson OBE HonFRS (8 December 1951) is an American-British writer of books on movement, the English language, science, and other true-to-life themes. Bryson came to conspicuousness in the United Kingdom with the distribution of Notes from a Small Island (1995), an investigation of Britain, and its going TV series.