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Planet Earth

Today at the Browser: I talk about five books on the strangeness of life

The LoomBy Carl ZimmerApril 28, 2011 6:17 PM

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The Browser, one of my favorite sites for gathering interesting reads I can wield in my perpetual battle on behalf of procrastination, has a great feature called FiveBooks. From time to time, they ask a writer to select five of their favorite books on some particular topic, and then interview them about their choices. I was honored to be interviewed for today's FiveBooks (just after Ian McEwan--yikes!). I chose the theme of "the strangeness of life" and then scanned my bookshelves for some favorite books that deal with it in one way or another. If you have any interest in good writing on natural history (including human natural history), I'll wager you'll like them all. Check it out.

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