Author: Yuval Noah Harari
Title: Homo Deus: A History of Tomorrow
Genre: Science; Philosophy
Rate: 4/5 | Goodreads
Very unlikely sources have recommended me “Homo Deus: A History of Tomorrow” by Yuval Noah Harari, which led me to reading it just to see why.
About the Book: The book casts a wide net over humanity and dissects the biggest, most groundbreaking lightbulbs that have brought humanity, us, from a monkey in survival mode to a book blogger bent over his laptop. And what, keeping those revolutionary happenings, their pattern, in mind, might be the future that will propel us farther from this, higher from here, towards this concept of homo deus.
My Opinion: Let me just get this out of the way – as many of my peers, I have attention span disorder of this or that type. This led me to very long end tedious re-reads when the book lost me somewhere. And while it would seem like it’s my own fault – it is, and it is isn’t, since I read over a hundred books a year somehow, and needing to go back a whole ten pages or an hour isn’t really a norm. So there’s that and only that. The book itself is worth the time for it will truly feed your mind and make you ask many questions that might not yet have answers and require your honest input.