Subsurface History of Humanity by Victor Torvich (Book Review #930)


Subsurface history of humanity is a non-narrative nonfiction book written from a complex systems science viewpoint. The author attempts to introduce a new approach to sift through the history of humankind. It begins displaying the route by which humanity is running and then provides us with a perspective under the surface of its conventional history.

I found myself pondering over the material as I was reading through it. The author lays everything out in a very organized way. He truly displays his length of knowledge and the research he has gone through. He is determined we understand everything correctly.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The narrative is a mixture of two genres. At first, you are introduced to the non-narrative nonfiction yet historical notion of the book. Then you enter the more storyline form like a mental journey to find out how humanity is moving.

Besides the fact that the book is novel for its form and representative of its content, I found it enjoyable and informative to read.

I recommend this book to anyone interested in reading nonfiction and historical material.

Written by Jeyran Main

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