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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Have you ever wondered how a person from the 1960s would feel if he was somehow transported to the year 2022? Evolution Ended by J.J. Jerome takes a deep dive into how our entire evolutionary makeup has shifted drastically since the 60s. Although technology has made it possible for us to survive even without the necessary skills, it has also complicated other aspects of our lives. The nuclear family is in decline, while people's sexual and physical beauty preferences have gone through a significant change. With time, the role of the alpha is no longer to be the best hunter or the sole breadwinner, as the omega has become the new introverted leader. As technological developments threaten to bypass the evolution of our brains, is humanity somehow heading toward destruction?
J.J. Jerome gives readers a lot to consider with this captivating work. Evolution Ended is a riveting read that encapsulates the socio-political, physical, and behavioral differences between humans of the 21st century and those of the past. But the real question he poses is, "are all these changes making people the best they can be or only increasing the rate of humanity's demise?" Jerome cites examples of well-known personalities to solidify his arguments and presents them in a way that is well-researched, fact-based, and completely unbiased. The writing style is accessible, and readers will find it easy to grasp the issues that the author discusses. I found this book to be a fascinating read. Highly recommended.