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Review: Biography of a Germ

User Review  - Christine - Goodreads

An enjoyable book, short and sweet. The medical aspects of Lyme disease were discuss, but the majority of the book was about the bacteria that cause the disease, a refreshing change from the majority ... Read full review

Review: Biography of a Germ

User Review  - Josh Phenicie - Goodreads

very interesting. I particularly liked the authors exhalation of other biographies and why he chose to write one about a germ, near the beginning of the book. very well written and engaging. Read full review

Review: Biography of a Germ

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

One of the most readable science-related books I have read -- not too much technical gobbledygook and a very clear and straightforward style. I learned things I never knew about ticks and germs and ... Read full review

Review: Biography of a Germ

User Review  - Kerry O'Connor - Goodreads

Borrelia Burgdorferi. (causes Lyme's disease) Grand claims early on of a 'full dress' biography of this bacteria cite Plutarch, William Blake and an abbreviated history of biography itself. However ... Read full review

Review: Biography of a Germ

User Review  - Shelly - Goodreads

Some nice, fluid science writing but it was a little bit more elementary than I would have liked. A pleasant read, though. Read full review

Review: Biography of a Germ

User Review  - Anna Banana - Goodreads

You won't find a more alluring book about Lyme disease. Following this tick-borne illness from its origins to modern times, Karlen is able to show how humans' impact on their environments (in this ... Read full review

Review: Biography of a Germ

User Review  - Doug Page - Goodreads

If a microbe could talk, is this what it would say? Read full review


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