Book Review for Hold the Apocalypse – Pass Me a Scientist Please

How cool is this. Here’s a review of my new book from Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews:

Hold the Apocalypse by Bob Lorentson looks at us as “Modern Humans” and shows us what our world has become. But don’t take it too seriously. Even though the subject may be serious, Bob the environmental scientist helps us to see the funny side of our development and of the animals with whom we share our doomed planet. Through 50 essays and poems Bob gives us food for thought by showing us the difference between men and women, and between us and animals or, in some cases, there is little or no difference. Included in the book are subjects that no person would ever think could be written about – but where there’s a will there’s a way – and now we finally know the answers to all the questions that nobody ever thought of asking.

Hold the Apocalypse is best read when you have nothing else to do, because if you have anything to attend to you can be guaranteed that it won’t get done once you start reading Bob’s hilarious tales, essays, poems, and theories. Also make sure you are alone because otherwise you will annoy everyone around you with bouts of laughter and “listen to this” while you read passages from the book to them. If you are looking for a gift for anybody, look no further, you just found the perfect book. There is even a section on how to reduce stress but you won’t need any additional stress release methods after reading this. Hold the Apocalypse will certainly take your mind for a walk. This fantastic book has no negative aspects and I rate it five out of five.

Published by boblorentson

I am a retired environmental scientist and an active daydreamer. I love one-legged air dancers (I think that's what you call them), and I still hate lima beans.

7 thoughts on “Book Review for Hold the Apocalypse – Pass Me a Scientist Please

  1. So far, I’m just randomly reading chapters. I really enjoyed the one on coyotes. I’ve written one on coyotes and there was almost no intersect between our takes. I love it when that happens…

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  2. Glad you’re liking this. I didn’t see coyotes on your list of posts, so if you’re hiding this and others, bring em out. In fact, if you haven’t already, you need to put your stuff out there in a book.
    We might tread some similar ground, but you’re better at this than I am.

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