Siddhartha Mukherjee writes “The Gene: an Intimate History”. This novel was originally published on 17 May 2016. The Writer Siddhartha Mukherjee is bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner by the book of The Emperor of All Maladies. He is an Indian-born American physician and also an oncologist. He explains how important it is to explain all of these concepts to the general audience. And how these modern concepts can be read in general rather than doing everything in a scientific laboratory. The total length of this novel is 592 pages.
From the bestselling author of the year and the Pulitzer Prize-winning, from the book, The Emperor of Maladies. The author writes the new book on how magnificent is to use gene as an answer to define questions of future. And how being a human when we will be able to write and read our own genetic information?
Overview The Gene: An Intimate History:
Siddhartha Mukherjee is writing a beautiful and magnificent biography about the gene. And illuminating successful and very brilliant biography about cancer. Using his personal experience, contemplating science and using social history. He writes the story of the success of modern times in explaining the most important concepts of this time. The author tells how this all knowledge can help to understand the choices, personalities, fates, lives, human heredity, all of its surprising influences.
By taking his own family history and explaining the trend. And the bad history of his family’s mental illness. And hopefully, we will be able to understand the bright and many obvious questions. In a very superb and describing way, he illustrates the centuries of the research and experiments by Mendel to Darwin and Boveri, and from Watson and Crick to Morgan and Pythagoras and Aristotle and all the scientists of the twenty-first century who mapped the human genome.
As the Author of The Emperor of All Maladies, it’s difficult to think of many general books for the general audience. That have addressed such compassionate, intelligent and bright concepts of many areas modern times. It is a very modern and excellent achievement. That is very revolutionary and riveting, scientific and majestically historical ideas coming to real life. And our moral duty to prepare the essential and complex ideas to enhance our ability to write and create the human genome project. The Concept of Gene must be readable to everyone in general to define the human future. This is the most modern and must learn concepts of our time to explained brilliantly by a master in his own and unique way.