Best. Brains. Ever.

Best. Brains. Ever.❮Download❯ ➽ Best. Brains. Ever. ➸ Author Chas Newkey-Burden – Heartforum.co.uk See the greatest minds in history like never before; rendered in the greatest way imaginable 8 bit pixel art This book celebrates the 64 Best Brains Ever; the geeks who each played an essential part i See the greatest minds in history like never before; rendered in the greatest way imaginable bit pixel art This book celebrates the Best Brains Ever; the geeks who each played an essential part in taking humanity from mud huts to the world we live in todayDiscover than you knew about geniuses like Galileo compelling characters like Ada Lovelace or Nikola Tesla or Best. Brains. PDF/EPUB ² be enchanted by heroes of the modern age like super geek like Steve Wozniak The one thing they all have in common They changed the world with their mindsA fun way to look at the people who have shaped are would but not always sought the limelight did you know that Steve Wozniak not Steve Jobs created the Apple Computer and that Woz as he is known enjoys a game of Segway PoloFind out which inventor is most responsible for every electric device in modern homes but died in penury after obsessing over the creation of a death beam or how Archimedes greeted his killerThe custom drawn illustrations make turning every page a treat and the snappy biographies are fascinating.

Chas Newkey Burden is a British journalist and author His books include The Reduced History of Britain Great Email Disasters and Not In My Name A Compendium Of Modern Hypocrisy co written with Julie Burchill He has also written unauthorised biographies of Simon Cowell Paris Hilton Amy Winehouse Alexandra Burke and six official publications for Arsenal football clubHe has written for publ.

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  • Hardcover
  • 144 pages
  • Best. Brains. Ever.
  • Chas Newkey-Burden
  • 06 November 2016
  • 9781781575727

10 thoughts on “Best. Brains. Ever.

  1. Chris says:

    A selection of profiles of people who have changed history ranging from Aristotle to Mark Zuckerberg There are 64 famous and occasionally not so famous people covered with each entry occupying a double page spread Each profile is accompanied by a suitably geekish 8 bit pixellated image of the person in uestion It's uite interesting as a uick easy read

  2. Susie says:

    Alright book small summary on each of the 64 geeks

  3. Lia Silva says:

    A nice succinct and colorful piece of information on some of the most interesting geniuses of all time I'd flaw the book mainly for its design than content The main text is just too small and seems a bit scattered on the page not making full use of its space

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