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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, which are mostly about various [[science|sciences]], 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.

Latest revision as of 13:22, 11 June 2019

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, which are mostly about various sciences, 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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