My third book (The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot) this year has been on my reading wish list for a long time. I wasn’t sure on buying it, so I had to wait my turn to borrow it at the library.
So, after a couple of weeks reading this biographical novel on the origin of HeLa cells, made me look and think differently about cell culture. If you’re a biologist or not, doing cancer research or not, this is a novel that gives you a whole new perspective on the development of medicine in the 20th century. What’s more, it’s written in a popular language easily understandanle also to people outside cell culture labs. Definitely something I’d recommend to put on your wish list.