I picked this book up as an inflight read, completely unfamiliar with the name Richard Dawkins but intrigued by the title. I was not disappointed. The whole book is full of understated humor, particularly when it demonstrates the absurdity of belief in god. And I learned a lot from it; this book is skimpy on theology, but strong on the real world effects of religion and its consequences.
Most memorable were the celestial teapot and the flying spaghetti monster.