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[[Image:Billions and Billions - Hard Cover - USA.jpg|thumb|256x256px|Hard cover, USA.]]
 
[[Image:Billions and Billions - Hard Cover - USA.jpg|thumb|256x256px|Hard cover, USA.]]
  
'''Billions and Billions: Thoughts On Life and Death At the Brink of the Millennium''' is a collection of essays written by [[Carl Sagan]] and published on 1997-06-02. It is the last book written by [[Carl Sagan]] and published posthumously. The essays are collected throughout Sagan's career including one detailing his diagnosis of myelodysplasia. Some of the essays were co-written by his wife and long-time collaborator, [[Ann Druyan]].
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'''''Billions and Billions: Thoughts On Life and Death At the Brink of the Millennium''''' is a collection of essays written by [[Carl Sagan]] and published on 1997-06-02. It is the last book written by [[Carl Sagan]] and published posthumously. The essays are collected throughout Sagan's career including one detailing his diagnosis of myelodysplasia. Some of the essays were co-written by his wife and long-time collaborator, [[Ann Druyan]].
  
 
I loved the book. Each of the essays was thought provoking, motivating, and compelling. Sagan had a wonderful knack for making complicated topics more comfortable and creating reasonable cogent arguments.
 
I loved the book. Each of the essays was thought provoking, motivating, and compelling. Sagan had a wonderful knack for making complicated topics more comfortable and creating reasonable cogent arguments.

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Hard cover, USA.

Billions and Billions: Thoughts On Life and Death At the Brink of the Millennium is a collection of essays written by Carl Sagan and published on 1997-06-02. It is the last book written by Carl Sagan and published posthumously. The essays are collected throughout Sagan's career including one detailing his diagnosis of myelodysplasia. Some of the essays were co-written by his wife and long-time collaborator, Ann Druyan.

I loved the book. Each of the essays was thought provoking, motivating, and compelling. Sagan had a wonderful knack for making complicated topics more comfortable and creating reasonable cogent arguments.

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I own a hardcover copy of this book and have read it.

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