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There are many agreements against the concept of gene editing, mainly being, "We aren't God" and "Where do we stop. The book has quite a bit of jargon and the first third is a little slow, but I do recommend this book. This is the perfect day in the life of university students. The graphic novel follows three fast friends as they navigate normal everyday dorm life. The characters are lovable and they each feel familiar, as if you could be friends with them. They navigate sexist boys, the flu, romantic feelings, drugs, and so much more.
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I cannot wait to see what else this author puts out. I've been a fan of the popular anime RWBY since it first came out. This collection is a few of the artist's one-shots and short stories that takes place in the universe but doesn't affect the plot. The manga is drawn well and has the same spirit of the show but can stand on it's own as a coming-of-age manga. I've been aware of the impending doom our planet is headed for but this was a wake-up call.
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This book urges us to change our diets and stop large scale farming. It produces a massive carbon footprint and soon we won't be able to solve it. I also enjoyed that there was a recommended viewing and reading list in the back so that there were other sources to look at and get a wider picture of the environmental crisis. Dataclysm by Christian Rudder was an interesting book to read. Rudder was a co-founder of OKCupid a dating app that uses personal information to match people with someone who would be a good match with them.
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All There Is was an assigned reading for one of my college classes and it really stuck with me. It takes several people and displays a large array of love. It is a feel good book with quick stories that will make you want to call your family and friends and tell them that you love them. This is a great reference book to own.
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The chapters are quick but it goes through something pretty unique and give a good overview of the person. There were some terrible women in history and this book does a good job picking out some of the best of the worst. There are more books in this series that are more male-centric but this is by far my favorite. Michele Norris is one of the hosts of All Things Considered on NPR and in this autobiography she explores her past and her family's history while addressing race issues in America.
What I found most interesting about her biography is the parallel between her family's experiences and the racial tension in America. This book follows the true story of Fadumo Korn, a Somali girl from a nomad tribe. The core of this book is about female genital mutilation. It's a difficult book to read because there are a few graphic scenes in relation to FGM.
The book talks about how FGM has changed her life and all the harmful side effects that have followed her in life. I had never read anything like Ms.
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