I got BRAIN--THE COMPLETE MIND (How It Develops, How It Works, and How to Keep It Sharp) by Michael S. Sweeney for Christmas two years ago in 2014 and finally finished it! It is a very in-depth book so I felt like I was reading a text book. The other reason it took so long for me to read it was because of it being so big and heavy. I do most of my reading on the bus and on breaks at work, but with this book, I just read it in short spurts at a time at home. It photographs and art work is really good! It is a very high quality glossy paper with a super layout and several features I liked which were the glossaries at the end of every chapter and the side notes on how to keep your mind sharp and "Fast Facts." The only thing I didn't like was often there are sentences that are incomplete. They just break off mid-sentence! Other than that, it is a very interesting science book. I would recommend it for anyone who is interested in the brain.
(Karen's review, 4 stars)
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