Enchanted Looms by Rodney Cotterill and Networks for the Brain by Olaf Sporns, both thanks to the brilliant biochemist whose genes are most likely directly responsible for both the best and worst parts of my brain.
Genome by Matt Ridley and Just Food by James McWilliams, both thanks to John.
Descartes’ Error by Antonio Damasio, thanks to my favorite member of ΦBK.
The Girl Who Played with Fire by Steig Larsson, thanks (indirectly) to the Viking’s Fan.
(So far, the best line by far is the one I opened to in Enchanted Looms: “Thinking is a bodily function.”)