12 thoughts on “The Emperor of all Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee

  1. Again, a type of book that I do not usually read, but which sounds darn interesting. I will pick it up sometime.

    Thanks for the wonderful review!

    BTW I LOVE the sheep in the header pic. Is that a pic you took in the UK? If yes, then I am even more in love with UK than before. 🙂

  2. The author has won some award for it na?? Though it sounds interesting but not my cuppa tea.

    Try reading “The Lake of Dreams” by the author of “Secret Keeper’s Daughter” turning out to be an amazing read.

  3. have been away from blog world and have been away from reading too 😦 gosh your reviews are scaring me 😦 I’m way behind my own reading target of this year 😦 😦 sob sob !!

    but I’m taking it positively..your reviews must encourage me 🙂 thank you 😀

  4. It is a book which brings you the history, the present and the future of CANCER.
    The book moves around the earliest discoveries of this disease, its symptoms and cures and then moves into the present day explaining how the ttreatments matured into what they are today. It also touches the political aspects related to the ethicity of the treatments.
    It finaly ends by explaining all that we know today of this deadly disease and telling us of the possible journeys which medical sceince is taking towards finding a cure for this.

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