Book review — Power, Sex, Suicide: Mitochondria and the meaning of life

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Many works try to take a weirdly shaped lens through which to rechart a small portion of our map of the world. Power, Sex, Suicide does that through the lens of, ahem, mitochondria. The weirdest thing about it is how splendidly it succeeds.

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