Panati’s Browser’s Book of Endings: The End of Practically Everything and Everybody

Panati’s Browser’s Book of Endings: The End of Practically Everything and Everybody

by Charles Panati
     
 
Charles Panati, America’s favorite gatherer of origins, now offers the last word on how people, places and things of all sorts have met their ends through the centuries. From famous presidents to frightening epidemics, from ancient extinctions to vanished vogues, from bizarre last wills to the death styles of the rich and renowned, “The Browser’s

Overview

Charles Panati, America’s favorite gatherer of origins, now offers the last word on how people, places and things of all sorts have met their ends through the centuries. From famous presidents to frightening epidemics, from ancient extinctions to vanished vogues, from bizarre last wills to the death styles of the rich and renowned, “The Browser’s Book of Endings” presents the amusing, the surprising, and the generally little-known stories behind the terminations of practically everything and everybody. Richly illustrated and with extensive references, this is the most readable and complete compendium of deliciously trivial and profound facts about history’s endings.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015760941
Publisher:
TMG Electronic Self Publishing Services
Publication date:
12/12/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,054,013
File size:
6 MB

Meet the Author

Charles Panati is a physicist and former Science Editor of Newsweek. He has written fourteen books, including both fiction and nonfiction. Panati has appeared on Oprah, Letterman, and many other television shows. One of his origins books was the basis for the hit television show “The Start of Something Big”, hosted by comedian Steve Allen, and written by Panati.

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