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Surprisingly readable, given the subject matter. The book's chopped up into lots of chapters that read almost like extended articles. They're not quite standalone, but you could read and fully understand a lot of them without having to read through the whole book first
Yesterday now, but let's see ... finished Leviathan Wakes, James S. A. Corey (Fine for what it is, author doesn't know the difference between ordnance and ordinance), Thief of Time, Terry Pratchett, and The Wood For the Trees, Richard Fortey
I tried that one. I suspect you'll find it even more annoying than I did - I can't quite believe Gooley teaches this for a living, because he does seem terribly pleased with himself for knowing such gems as "Most plants grow towards sunlight"
As for me - Henry VIII And The Men Who Made Him...
Finished Crusaders: An Epic History of the Wars for the Holy Lands, Dan Jones (Like it, keeping it, will probably re-read it), still reading The Last Continent, Terry Pratchett, and a little of National Geographic History November/December