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Publisher's Summary

Please Note: This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original audiobook. 

Noah Harari will challenge the way you look at the world, the future, and yourself in his third number-one best-selling book, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. What does this ZIP Reads Summary Include?

  • Synopsis of the original audiobook
  • Chapter-by-chapter summaries
  • Key takeaways from each chapter
  • A detailed look at the current state of the world
  • Harari's predictions for the future of technology and humanity
  • An in-depth look at the "stories" of humanity, and why we need them
  • Editorial review
  • Background on Yuval Noah Harari

About the original audiobook: In 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, Yuval Noah Harari takes a long, hard look at the current state of humankind and makes practical suggestions for how we can improve the inevitable future ahead of us. Addressing everything from politics and fake news to the future of AI and education, Harari leaves no stone unturned in the quest for the betterment, and ultimate survival, of homo sapiens.

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