Did you read the books before writing the reviews?
I read The God Delusion and The Selfish Gene. But I couldn't stand the thought that there may be nothing after death. I always "felt" there was something more to human beings, and was angry that Dawkins would not stop to consider that so many people share this feeling. My argument was, "Nobody questions that anger is a real emotion, because everyone has felt it, so if so many people feel that death isn't the end, then who the hell is Dawkins to deny this feeling is legitimate?"
I was especially angry that Dawkins (in The Selfish Gene) proposed that consciousness could be merely our way of simulating the world.
I have since re-read both books and people are right, Dawkins is polite and accurate in his assessment that we need to rely on evidence. There MAY be existence after death, but until it's proven, it's not morally correct for people to set themselves up as spiritual teachers and claim they have the answers.