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Richard Dawkins's account of evolution has been acclaimed as the most influential work on its subject in the last hundred years. It explores how the unconscious, blind yet essentially non-random process of natural selection discovered by Darwins is the onyl answer to the most important quetion of all: why do we exist?
'Richard Dawkins has updated evolution ...his subject is nothing less than the meaning of life'
- The Times
'Beautiful ... he seizes hapy analogies, bright metaphors and shining images to light up his passion and our darkness'
'one of the best science books - one of the best of any books - I have ever read'
- Los Angeles Times
'Grave wit and thrilling godlessness'
- Martin Amis