Chasing Captain America: How Advances in Science, Engineering, and Biotechnology Will Produce a Superhuman

Chasing Captain America: How Advances in Science, Engineering, and Biotechnology Will Produce a Superhuman

Could we create a real-life superhero by changing human biology itself? The form and function of the human body, once entirely delimited by nature, are now fluid concepts thanks to recent advances in biomedical science and engineering. Professor, author, and comic book enthusiast E. Paul Zehr uses Marvel?s Captain America ? an ordinary man turned into an extraordinary hero, Could we create a real-life superhero by changing human biology itself? The form and function of the human bod...

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Title:Chasing Captain America: How Advances in Science, Engineering, and Biotechnology Will Produce a Superhuman
Author:E. Paul Zehr
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Genres:Science
ISBN:Chasing Captain America: How Advances in Science, Engineering, and Biotechnology Will Produce a Superhuman
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:200 pages pages

Chasing Captain America: How Advances in Science, Engineering, and Biotechnology Will Produce a Superhuman Reviews

  • Marianne
    Dec 20, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Steven
    Oct 20, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Frederick Rotzien
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Amy
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Ran
    Jan 06, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Jim Adams
    Oct 27, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Crissy Calhoun
    Oct 25, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Stephen
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Jessica
    Dec 28, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • John
    Dec 30, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Rachel I
    Nov 03, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Charissa Rate
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Cwsmythe
    Jan 14, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Jeff Drury
    Oct 25, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Kathy Heare Watts
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Sam
    Apr 01, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • amy
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Thomas
    Oct 04, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

  • Collin
    May 20, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

  • Kyle
    Oct 08, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

  • Splatter Geist
    Nov 22, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

  • Stephanie Strain
    Nov 28, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Kim Myers
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Ali Mcdonald
    Jan 06, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Rachella Baker
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Douglass Abramson
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Celise Hartgrove
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Brandi
    Jul 31, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

  • Vincent
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Melly Mel
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Yvette
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Debee Sue
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Rae Hartley
    Jul 02, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Trey Stai
    Feb 10, 2019

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

  • Natalia Spencer
    Dec 17, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Quintin Zimmermann
    Oct 17, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

  • Kirsten
    Aug 26, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Caitlin
    Oct 12, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Brian
    May 13, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Mike Doyle
    Dec 22, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Sarah Salvaggio
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Sammy
    Jan 05, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

  • Daniel Muscat
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Joan
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Scott Stoneburner
    Sep 13, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Artemis
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • ECW Press
    Oct 11, 2017

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Branden
    Jan 17, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Yao
    May 04, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Michael Moreno
    Mar 18, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Ramakishan
    May 13, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Greg Pearcey
    May 14, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Elie Boutros
    Aug 07, 2018

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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  • Michelle Angkasa
    Feb 02, 2019

    The hook of this book is the non-fiction exploration of the real world creation of the comic book superhero, Captain America. Chasing Captain America argues that we are in the process of evolving beyond natural selection by taking direct control of selecting our own traits through ...

    I found this book to be an exceptionally well-written piece of literature enlightening us about today's groundbreaking work (and discoveries) in medical science. Zehr blends awesome comic metaphors with real-life examples, bringing any topic into a candid, seamless understanding of how...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and ECW Press in exchange for an honest review. I love superheroes. So seeing a book called Chasing Captain America; mixing my love of science and maths with my love of comics and superhero films was bound to get my attention. This bo...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. Probably the least probable of Zehr?s comic trilogy, the science within makes you want to believe that becoming Captain America is a possibility. The book is dry at times, in large part due to the abun...

    This is the second book by Zehr, Becoming Batman was a good read, and Chasing Captain America is solid. Zehr uses his love of comic superheroes to explain some very intricate science (an overview, but still intricate) and presents some very interesting ideas about the direction of huma...

    It was a fun read and I was really enjoying it until a leak from one of the upstairs apartment's toilets rendered the rest of the book unreadable. Blast! ...

    3.5. Similar to Zehr's other books, but I liked this one more since it didn't drag out as long. ...

    At no fault of the author, we are nowhere near the genetic or scientific ability to create a super soldier and the book ends up being amusing speculation ...

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