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Along with Homo Deus, Yuval Noah Harari's Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind is one of the most interesting and profound books out there. Highly recommended.

$3.99 at Amazon for Kindle today.

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Solid book. For anyone interested in taking the time to develop a more thorough understanding history, I'd recommend starting with Sapiens, then Guns Germs and Steel, then Why Nations Fail.

The first two will help you develop a framework for understanding the more dense content of Why Nations Fail. Why Nations Fail will help iron out some common misconceptions a lot of people develop after only reading Sapiens and Guns Germs and Steel.

No book on history is going to be comprehensive, but these are a decent start for most, especially at these prices.

If you want to save a couple bucks, start with the Guns Germs and Steel doc series on Youtube, then Sapiens, then Why Nations Fail.
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and Guns, Germs, and Steel [amazon.com] is only $2.99!

(If you ever wondered why European nations got so advanced and did so well compared to other places.)
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I hope that's a joke.
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Second this, fantastic book.
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Great book!
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and Guns, Germs, and Steel [amazon.com] is only $2.99!

(If you ever wondered why European nations got so advanced and did so well compared to other places.)
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Great read.
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One of the best books I've read. Identifies patterns in history and brings our time into perspective.
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and Guns, Germs, and Steel [amazon.com] is only $2.99!

(If you ever wondered why European nations got so advanced and did so well compared to other places.)
Check out the documentary about this on YouTube, so good
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Mankind*
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Solid book. For anyone interested in taking the time to develop a more thorough understanding history, I'd recommend starting with Sapiens, then Guns Germs and Steel, then Why Nations Fail.

The first two will help you develop a framework for understanding the more dense content of Why Nations Fail. Why Nations Fail will help iron out some common misconceptions a lot of people develop after only reading Sapiens and Guns Germs and Steel.

No book on history is going to be comprehensive, but these are a decent start for most, especially at these prices.

If you want to save a couple bucks, start with the Guns Germs and Steel doc series on Youtube, then Sapiens, then Why Nations Fail.
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and Guns, Germs, and Steel [amazon.com] is only $2.99!

(If you ever wondered why European nations got so advanced and did so well compared to other places.)
That is a great one
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Good read, hilarious author.
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"Yuval Noah Harari is an Israeli historian and a tenured professor in the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem"

I think I'll pass on his "history" of humankind.
Book by its cover?
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