History with a Grain of Salt

History with a Grain of Salt : Book One: Ancient Times

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This is no boring history lesson. Some of the questions Singer explores include: Who built the pyramids? Why does the hour have sixty minutes? What really happened during the Great Flood? Is the story of Atlantis true? These and over a dozen other topics are covered in a style that is both hilarious and down-to-Earth. Zeno Singer, an airline Captain and airline CEO, has been literally everywhere, picking up stories, legends, and history throughout his long career of exploring and learning. Now you can travel with him backwards in time to unravel some of the misunderstood secrets of history. Follow along as he revisits ancient Sumer, Egypt, and Assyria. Meet many hard-to-pronounce characters including Ashurbanipal, Ahkenaton, and Utnapishtim, as well as more familiar favorites such as Abraham, Moses, and Samson. Nineteen stories are here, spanning thousands of years and multiple civilizations. Zeno Singer has asked the tough questions, and now he shares the stories with you!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 10.16mm | 235.87g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514237008
  • 9781514237007

About Zeno Singer

Although he studied architecture, he ended up spending his lifetime as a professional pilot, flying around the world and even leading his own airline company, Zeno Singer was from his youth, fascinated by historical events. He had read and collected a number of books, giving him enough information. As a skeptic by nature, each historical event and story he wanted to see and understand with a good dose of common sense, unencumbered by the "official" interpretation. He did not write the historical "storiettes" in this book as a scientific work or as a scientist, but as a Storyteller. And in that skin he is comfortable. Trying to convey to readers in a light and humorous form the knowledge he has gleaned over the years.show more