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Ian Edmond's Avatar Jump to comment 14 by Ian Edmond

I think my enjoyment of The Blind Watchmaker suffered from reading it after Richard's other books. There's no doubting that it is a fine book, but I did feel that I'd read the arguments already, and I agree that Climbing Mount Improbable is superior (it is my favourite of Richard's books). But this is my loss, bought about by reading non-chronologically - I have yet to see an opinion from anyone who read it on publication that was anything other than glowing.

Sat, 01 May 2010 07:47:00 UTC | #464485