‘The Gene: an intimate history’ is a most readable story about what it means to be human. It is a book that attempts to shine a light on the complex and often fraught history of understanding heredity.
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Like other poorly written stories, The Strongest Gene hides its mediocrity behind some cool ideas that could work in the hands of a competent writer, but quickly fall apart after a few chapters. Don’t be fooled: if you come into this expecting an interesting mix of sci-fi and cultivation, you’ll be sorely disappointed.
Gene is a thriller novel by Stel Pavlou (born 1970), published in 2005 in England by Simon & Schuster. It is published in several languages with some title changes. The Italian edition has the title La Conspirazione del Minotauro (The Minotaur Conspiracy).
Author: Stel Pavlou
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Pursuit by Gene Hackman Gene Hackman, acclaimed actor and author of Payback at Morning Peak, “takes aim at a clear target: telling a good story” ( St. Augustine Record ) in this contemporary thriller.
and Finding Your Roots “Written in Michael W. Twitty’s no-nonsense style and interlaced with moments of levity, The Cooking Gene is gritty, compelling, and enlightening – a mix of personal narrative and the history of race, politics, economics and enslavement that will broaden notions of African-American culinary identity.”- Toni Tipton-Martin, James Beard Award-winning author of The
First Patient Receives Novel Gene Therapy for GSD July 26, 2018 – Lauren Woods – Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine Dr. David Weinstein with Jerrod, the first patient to receive a novel gene therapy that Weinstein developed for the treatment of glycogen storage disease.