My latest book review appears in yesterday's issue of Chemistry & Industry, p.30. It is about Michael Hanlon's book: Ten questions that science can't answer (yet).
My opinion about the book is nicely summarised in the title of the review:
Right answers for wrong questions
which I think is close to the title I suggested (I may have written "wrong questions, right answers"). Given the quality of the 10 questions, which I grouped into 2 real scientific questions, 4 philosophical ones, and 4 policy questions, the book is surprisingly good, in fact.