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The second thing is that he has the gift of explaining complex scientific concepts to laymen who are not scientists. But that's a small quibble, when placed against the chapter on the development of th Extremely clear and very interesting exploration of how evolutionary change is a result of small useful changes built up over time. Part of me feels really dumb reading this, because all I can do is take him at his word and go 'uh-huh, that must be how it's done'. I read this book years ago, when I developed an interest in learning more about evolution. I was immediately fascinated with the subject of evolution and went on to read all of Dawkin's other books available at that time.