Just a reminder that our list is still open for voting for the September read. We currently have 10 nominees (we aim to keep it at a max of 12-15) and the current leader with just 3 votes is:
In Unlocking the Past, Martin Jones, [...] explains how this pioneering science is rewriting human history and unlocking stories of the past that could never have been told before. For the first time, the building blocks of ancient life–DNA, proteins, and fats that have long been trapped in fossils and earth and rock–have become widely accessible to science. Working at the cutting edge of genetic and other molecular technologies, researchers have been probing the remains of these ancient biomolecules in human skeletons, sediments and fossilized plants, dinosaur bones, and insects trapped in amber. Their amazing discoveries have influenced the archaeological debate at almost every level and continue to reshape our understanding of the past.
In contention are 4 others with 2 votes each are (as listed above):
Be sure to get over to the Flat Book Society and vote if you haven't already, and if you have a dark horse entry, we still have a few spaces to fill. If you're not a member already, it's never too late to join!