The most popular Doctors Bookshelf reviews of 2021

It is that time of the year to take stock at the The Doctors Bookshelf. This is when I look back to see which of the reviews attracted the most attention in the last year. Without much ado, here is the countdown of the 20 most popular book reviews of 2021. Click on the title to see my review, or on the image to get the book.

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20. GUT

by Gulia Enders

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19. YOUR LIFE IN MY HANDS

by Rachel Clarke

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18. THE VIOLINIST’S THUMB

by Sam Kean

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17. AND THE BAND PLAYED ON

by Randi Shiltz

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16. HEART

by Sandeep Jauhar

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15. THE FINEST TRADITIONS OF MY CALLING

by Abraham Nussbaum

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14. THE ANATOMY OF VIOLENCE

by Adrian Raine

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13. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

by Daniel Goleman

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12. DESCARTES’ ERROR

by Antonio Damasio

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11. HOW TO READ A BOOK

by Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren

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10. TALKING TO STRANGERS

by Malcolm Gladwell

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9. VIROLUTION

by Frank Ryan

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8. THE EMOTIONAL BRAIN

by Joseph LeDoux

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7. THE POWER OF INTUITION

by Gary Klein

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6. IT’S ALL IN YOUR HEAD

by Suzanne O’Sullivan

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5. IN THE REALM OF HUNGRY GHOSTS

by Gabor Mate

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4. THE DANCE OF LIFE

by Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz and Roger Highfield

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3. THE DEATH OF IVAN ILYICH

by Leo Tolstoy

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2. WHAT PATIENTS SAY, WHAT DOCTORS HEAR

by Danielle Ofri

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1. THE OTHER SIDE

by Kate Granger

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Stay with The Doctors Bookshelf in 2022 as we continue our exploration of surgery, take adventures into the history of medicine, dissect the lives of the pioneers of medicine, and take return trips back to the brain.

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