How have we got to where we are today, and was it worth the trouble? And what have we actually achieved since the dawn of time and what have we managed to screw up? "A Shite History of Nearly Everything" has the answers to these questions and many more, from the Romans who put perfume on their pet dogs and horses, to the ancient Egyptians who walked for miles barefoot, carrying their sandals, and only put them on when they reached their destination. The charm of Antal Parody's unique collections is that he cares not one jot whether we find them useful or otherwise. Guaranteed to amuse, entertain and - who knows? - inform in equal measure, from Creation to global warming no stone is left unturned. "A Shite History of Nearly Everything" tells you everything you do and don't need to know.
About the Author
A. Parody's previous book was "Shitedoku."
"'A welcome insight into the rubbish bin of science, philosophy and invention' Nuts"