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Vividly written, this "scholarly examination . . . of the major events of the past" (The Bookwatch) brings the outstanding breadth of scholarship and international scope of the larger History of the World within the grasp of every home, school, and library. Roberts brilliantly tells the story of the growing power of humans to remake the world and to control their destinies. Size A. 544 pp. 12,500 print.
Posted August 29, 2008
The author writes will and give it in a very detailed way. That you can understand what is happening in the past. For example: There is 7 generations of human beings if you count the first ape that walked on two legs and today human beings that you and I see everyday in your life. Did you know that China and the Egyptians has Dynasties in the past. As I was reading getting towards the last few chapters. It was getting political, policy making, and current events issues. I can tell the author that he wrote this book for retirement and for retirement age.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.