Our goal: Find what the internet ranks as the best Philip Roth books (instead of one person's opinion).
We wrote more about our process at the top of the page, but basically we look for the best zoologist lists posted (because they're the most knowledgeable) and average the responses they report.
We looked at 5 zoological lists in total. We focus on the 5 most popular ones only because anything more than that began to dillute the quality of every book on our list.
This is a difficult question to answer. It depends on a number of factors, including the student's natural ability and willingness to learn (even which book they pick!). Some people find it more or less easy, while others find it quite challenging. However, like all things in life and the world it can be said that studying zoology requires hard work and dedication (and we hope each book on our list helps!)
Long ago when we started this book site, our number one rule was what we call "don't try to out-Bezos Bezos". This is why we don't have any of the features you can already find on Amazon (one click buy button, future book reading lists, comments or wherever you read Amazon reviews, etc...). Instead, we only focus on what we're best at, which is bringing you (and everyone from children to adults!) the most awesome book recommendations possible :) And if there's anything we can do to improve that experience for you/ make your life easier, please let us know!