The most popular book reviews on The Doctors Bookshelf in 2019

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As this is the season to take stock

We have looked back at 2019.

A year that welcomed >3,000 visitors…

And counted >8,000 post views.

Visitors read 112 different book reviews…

Of which 19 were freshly minted in 2019.

Black and white books. Jo Naylor on Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/pandora_6666/35215134936

But what attracted visitors the most?

Which were the most popular reviews?

Counting down in order of popularity….

With 10 completely new reviews…

And 2 golden oldies from the archives…

Here are our 12 most viewed reviews of 2019.

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12. The Nocturnal Brain

by Guy Leschziner

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11. Unthinkable

by Helen Thomson

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10. Thinking, Fast and Slow

by Daniel Kahneman

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9. The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat

by Oliver Sacks

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8. What Doctors Feel 

By Danielle Ofri

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7. Seeing What Others Don’t

By Gary Klein

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6. A Guide to the Future of Medicine

by Bertalan Mesko

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5. The Neuroscientist Who Lost Her Mind

by Barbara K. Lipska

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4. Reaching Down the Rabbit Hole

by Allan H. Ropper and Brian David Burrell

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3. Phantoms in the Brain

by V. S. Ramachandran

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2. Diagnosis

by Lisa Sanders

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1. A Portrait of the Brain

by Adam Zeman

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Looking forward

2020 promises to be bumper for this blog.

Themes will range from emotions to gender medicine

From genetics to the HIV epidemic

And a series on 12 Phenomenal Books Written by Women Doctors

Hold on tight…and enjoy the ride!

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Books HD. Abhi Sharma on Flickr. https://www.flickr.com/photos/abee5/8314929977

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