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The Fever presents an absolutely fascinating overview of how malaria and its effects on various groups of people have played a role in human history. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bookworm
Tis book tells a sad tale about an organism that has snuffed out too many lives! A book everyone should read.Published 2 months ago by Joanne E. Townsend
Not written very scientifically. Too cute in many places. She likes to show her vast vocabulary. Should use the kiss principle - keep it simple stupid. Read morePublished 6 months ago by George W. Lawton, Jr
Excellent source on this subject and so lively and well-written as a historic and present-day account of this dangerous, insidious disease.Published 6 months ago by Kallie Wilbourn
It is amazing to see the role malaria has played in history and that we haven't really read about in the history books.Published 7 months ago by NoGiftsPlease
Level-headed view of malaria as a complex global issue. Engaging history, interesting politics among players, humanist view point.Published 7 months ago by FEI GAO
I found the information very informative. However, I was expecting more on what is going on now and what we should be focussing our efforts on now to finally tame this tiger. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Gary G.
I really enjoyed this book. If you want to learn a lot about malaria (and I know you do) this is the book for you. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mongoose Minkintire