At any party, there's always one person who stands out from the crowd, because he or she talks more intelligently and tells better jokes than everyone else there. And everyone else wishes they were as knowledgeable and witty as that person. Thanks to Keith Souter's The Little Book of Genius, they can be, or at least appear to be.
The first part, which is based on serious scientific foundations explained in an accessible and light-hearted manner, explains some handy techniques for winning an argument, getting your point across, telling a joke and generally making the most of yourself. The second contains the essentials of what you need to know about literature, history, art, music, science, sport and other subjects, so that people will think you are cultured, intelligent and well-read. With the help of The Little Book of Genius, you can be the envy of everyone else at the party!
About the Author
Dr. Keith Souter worked as a family doctor for almost 30 years, and was involved in several national trials, including one of the major studies on aspirin. He has been a medical columnist for 28 years, is a medical journalist, and still practices medicine. Professor Tom Meade, FRS, is the coauthor of several seminal aspirin studies.
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 8th November 2011
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.5 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.45