The Homo Deus is a though provoking book written by Yuval Noah Harari. It is a nonfiction novel based on Science and Technology and particularly on Biology subject. The narration of this book is done by Derek Perkins in a very professional and light tone. The Homo Deus book belongs to the Sapiens series written by Yuval Noah Harari.
The focus of the author is more towards the future of humanity and the quest of human beings for upgrading them into gods.
The humankind over the past one century has been able to do the impossible things and rein in plague, famine and war. It could be a hard fact to accept, but Harari made this explanation easy in his trademark style. He says that plague, famine and war have altered from inexplicable and irrepressible powers of nature into some controllable challenges.
For the very first time, more individuals loses their lives because of excessive eating as compared to eating too less. Similarly, more individuals also loses their lives due to old age as compared to dying from some infectious diseases. Moreover, deaths due to committing suicides are also more in comparison to those being killed by terrorists, soldiers and other criminals. An average American is 1000 times more likely to lose life by eating McDonalds as compared to be killed by Al Qaeda.
Sapiens: De animals a dioses [Sapiens. From Animals to Gods] and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century novels are also written by Yuval Noah Harari, which are thought provoking and inspirational for the listeners in every possible way. The books are nonfictional and based on world history and social sciences subjects, which are definitely a great read for book lovers interested in real world matters.
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