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Great topic, engagingly written, but I wasn't always confident in the author's grasp of the medical/scientific issues.Published 14 days ago by Hetty Hall
I found this book to be tremendously interesting and informative. Ms. Shah writes with such depth of knowledge and is able to present what she has learned/researched with talented... Read morePublished 16 days ago by S. Brooks
Very interesting as I didn't know anything about malaria and its history. Good starting point.Published 25 days ago by Jane Jackson
Read this because I was thinking of donating more to anti-malarial efforts and wanted to do some research. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Outstanding (and scary) history of malaria told in a remarkably easy-to-read style.Published 2 months ago by Matthew K Arthur
I hate subtitles, including this book's, but that's all I can find to complain about. The Fever embodies extraordinarily fine writing coupled with copious documentation,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Leon G. Higley
This book was OK. The pros: good introduction into malaria, it's impact and longevity on human society, and the mechanisms of its infection and treatment. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Yates
Extremely well written and documented. Easy to read and informative. Good value and well worthy of my time to read.Published 5 months ago by craigrussi