Terry Pratchett / Ian Stewart / Jack Cohen: The Science of Discworld – Reading Progress Update: 135 of 385 Pages

Well, so far the science writing is pretty neat for what it set out to do, and this one will definitely replace my Newtonmas read for the 16 Festive Tasks.

Still, can I say that I nevertheless prefer the Discworld chapters?

Final Review: HERE

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