The author really knows her microbiology and made this such an interesting read I would highly recommend it.
Dr. Crawford's main purpose in this investigation is to evaluate mankind's future in relation to the microbes that have plagued us for centuries.
This is an excellent book for a general coverage of the topic, infused with a lot of specialist knowledge deftly displayed.
invaluable resource for course I teach to Senior Citizens in Florida; learned things I was unaware of, although I am a student of this topic.Published 2 months ago by Arthur J. Geller
Love viruses and cannot get enough of their fascinating subject matter. Easy to read and follow the author. Could not put the book down.Published 10 months ago by Laurie R. Gillespie
There is so much historical information compiled in this book about diseases that I think anyone who reads it will be fascinated. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kathleen Williamson
This was a required course book for my Microbiology course, what intriqued me was the cover and I immediately thought, this is going to be fun! Read morePublished 13 months ago by harleygirl
I really found this an interesting read. I read a lot of non fiction, especially popular science and I found it well written, carefully researched, and with adequate level of... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Traci
This is an excellent book for a general coverage of the topic, infused with a lot of specialist knowledge deftly displayed. Read morePublished 21 months ago by toronto
De lectura agil y muy recomendable este libro de fundamental para ver como los microbios han ayudado a moldear la humanidad y tambien nos previene de lo peligrosos que pueden ser.Published 23 months ago by Julio Riveron
Another reviewed mentioned that there's not a lot of detail in this book, and that's true, but the author still manages to pack a lot of information in roughly 200 pages. Read morePublished on April 24, 2011 by Justin