This week's book list includes "The Horse, the Wheel, and Language" and "The Darwin Economy" I sometimes receive books in the mail, as review copies from publishers, as gifts from far-away friends and as my personal purchases. Because I am an unapologetic bibliophile and bookworm, and a science/nature book reviewer, I like to let people know what books are newly available based on what I've received recently. Unfortunately, you are all so far away, so instead of hosting a book party in my flat, I'll do the next best thing: I'll host a book party on my blog each Friday of the week when books arrive by giving you my quick "first impression" of these books and relevant links so you can get a copy of the book if you wish: Roughly half the world's population speaks languages derived from a shared linguistic source known as Proto-Indo-European. But who...
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