Thursday, June 28, 2007

Science recommends Frameshift

Yes, that Science -- the world's leading journal of original scientific research -- recommends Robert J. Sawyer's Frameshift as one of its summer reading choices in the June 29, 2007, issue -- and Frameshift is mentioned in the Science podcast for that same date, starting at the 32-minute mark:
What will you be reading on the beach this summer? How about Robert Sawyer's medical thriller Frameshift, or the real-life medical mystery The Family that Couldn't Sleep by D.T. Max, or A Guinea Pig's History of Biology, which tells the story of the life sciences from the point of view of the plants and animals that have been some of that story's central players. These are just three of 40 recommendations for summer reading -- both fiction and nonfiction -- from Science's advisory board, reviewers, and editorial staff. The list appears in the Book Review section of the June 29th issue of Science. Check it out before you pack for that summer holiday.

The Robert J. Sawyer Web Site


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