I am not one to typically read books involving medicine in a non-fiction setting, just because a lot of that stuff goes way over my head and then I get frustrated when I can't understand it or have to stop and re-read constantly to see if I missed something. This book, however, wasn't like the medical focused books I've read in the past and I could actually read this without getting so frustrated due to how well it was written. This book was written for the medical scholars and ordinary people alike so that we can all know about how far medicine has come over all these years. Genomic medicine wasn't something I was entirely interested in, but now having read it I see its importance and truly how far it's come and how much it can play a part in helping everyone in the medical field now, and its incredibly vast future that it has. This was truly an interesting read.