It is outstanding, one of the best books on biology that I have ever read!
Fascinating book about the evolution of cells and the role of mitochondria in allowing large eukaryote cells and multi-cellular organisms.
Like most science writers, Nick Lane provides his own theories and ideas on the subject, that's why he wrote the book in the first place.
Good book, but even better when read together with his book "Oxygen", as they cover many of the same themes but from different directions.Published 27 days ago by Marshall Lee Miller
His first three books really opened my mind. New ways of seeing biochemistry. Plus he's so much fun to read!Published 3 months ago by Rainbow's Daughter
When I saw the basic title on the science shelf, I thought someone had misfiled a book on politics or business, took it off the shelf, then saw the subtitle. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Louette
My husband is wrapt in this book! keeps quoting it to me - he is so immersed he is going to read it a second time.Published 4 months ago by A. Chappel
Very well researched and written. The material is easily accessable if you have a biological education. If not, it may be more difficult to interpret, but still fascinating.Published 4 months ago by Alex Davis
This is a fabulous book about mitochondria. It is smart and scientific while being very readable for any intelligent reader who want to understand why "mitochondrial... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lance Becker
i haven't read it all chapters therefore my view may look premature, but it worths the time invested in reading this book.Published 6 months ago by magna blocker