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Very informative about genetics and microbiology. I learned a lot.Published 19 days ago by Ricardo Vacilon
The writing was scattershot. I was especially annoyed that I was constantly having to GUESS what was going on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by CRISTI A CAVE
I've always enjoyed Greg Bear novels in the past, but this series just doesn't quite hit on all cylinders. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Scott Brantley
I am a fan of Greg Bear and bought this after reading Darwin's Radio.Published 10 months ago by William Wilder
Really enjoyed the book. It reads a bit as mix between a science fiction novel and a Scientific American article. I really liked the biological concepts explored in the book.Published 17 months ago by Pieter Blonk
As interesting on the re-read as it was the first time I read it some years back. I has read Darwin's children after reading Darwin's Radio several years ago. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Annie M.
Like Darwin's Radio,thi second book is a page turner.The scientific research that the author did is very,very deep.I hope that there are more books in this series!Published 21 months ago by john c. sweeney