The Beautiful Cure: Danlel Davis ****13 February 2018 - not, as the subtitle suggests, a nutritional self-help book, but an impressive exploration of the scientific detective work required to explain the workings of the immune system.
The Feed: Nick Clark Windo ****3 February 2018 - a post-apocalyptic future where a totally networked society falls apart after the network goes down. Includes unlikely body snatching minds and a whole lot of literary descriptive material - but very good in parts.
Congratulations to Cordelia Fine, who has won the 2017 prize with Testosterone Rex… read more.
Fancy a break from the science books?
Take a look at Brian Clegg’s intriguing new murder mystery novel, An End to Innocence - when Stephen Capel receives his own obituary as part of a set of ten, and the first person named is already dead, he must act quickly to avoid a chain of killing leading to his own death.
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