The New York Times Book Review called it “a lively journey.” The New Yorker, “engaging … sheds a fascinating light on our evolutionary success,” and Kirkus Reviews, “engrossing.” It’s been published in four languages and is a Chautauqua Institution Literary and Scientific Circle selection — the nation’s oldest book club. If you order now, you can receive a 34% discount. Paperback, Kindle and Audio versions also available at great prices.
Even Michael Keaton, the Birdman himself, loved it. “This book has a way of making you feel magnificently insignificant and at the same time an essential, vital part of the chain of human evolution. Just when you thought you were fully evolved as a human…think again. Mind blowing stuff!”
If you’re fascinated with human evolution and curious about how we came to be the strange and remarkable species we are, you’ll love Last Ape Standing.
To lean more about Chip’s other books, articles and writing, including his upcoming cover story for National Geographic Magazine, visit www.chipwalter.com. Check his blog for entries about his travels around the world when researching the article which was two years in the making.
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