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Written on: 29/12/2008 by ppboy (1 review written)
The Lucifer Principle is a very clever point of view about where the human race comes from and how nature is cruel for its own good!
Everyone should read this book.
It's well written and easy to read.
Read it! Some movies are experiences like David Fincher's. This book is a very strange but rewarding experience… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/03/2008 by mdg1156 (1 review written)
By trying to discredit "by fiat" the one theological argument which, once discarded, allows him to write his book (i.e. that Satan is a fantasy) Mr. Bloom loses all credibility. In other words, he is therefore unobjective, obviously caring little for the process of building his argument through theoretical or factual support… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2004 by mikebridge (1 review written)
Howard K. Bloom, The Lucifer Principle: A Scientific Expedition into the Forces of History Review:
This is a book written by a dabbler, who knows a little about a lot of things, and not very much about anything in particular. Some great books come from perceptive dabblers, because their authors, free from the tunnel-vision of specialists, often come up with creative Grand Unification Theories that run across many fields, and that would never occur to those immersed deep in one field.
This is… Read Full Review
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