It’s smart, complex and quite frankly a wee bit terrifying. Harari doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to saying it like it is. It certainly isn’t the kind of book you read and just delegate to the back rows of read books. It’s the kind of read you digest and ponder over.
One of the issues he discusses or argues is that humans have tried their hand at everything, and the only thing that could possibly stroke their egos more is extending the length of their power. Immortality or as close as we can come to it. It just proves how egotistical and self-enamoured humans are.
Harari wants the reader to put down their phones, step away from technology and perhaps reflect upon the questions, facts and suppositions he throws into the room. It is a very thought-provoking read.
It is quite hard to put the content into just a few words. There is just too much information to do that. I do however have to hand it to Harari for making all the information and hypothetical situations readable and understandable.