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This is an interesting mix of books. I'm not sure I would put the Steve Jobs autobiography in the Science genre, but it's a fascinating book.
I've also read recently Darwin's On the Origin of Species. It's surprisingly readable, and walks the reader down Darwin's findings and logical progression that led to his revolutionary theories. It's also a free Kindle book.
I also read David Quammen's The Reluctant Mr. Darwin, which gives an intimate glimpse into Charles Darwin, his family, and his times.
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