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    1. Alexander Panchin-Summa Biotechnologii

    2. Asya Kazantseva – ” Who would have thought it!”

    3. Penny Lecouter, Jay Berreson – “Napoleon's Buttons”

    4. Stephen Hawking – “The Shortest History of Time”

    5. Isaac Asimov – “A Brief History of Chemistry”

    6. Sam Keen – “The Vanishing Spoon”

    7. Michio Kaku – “Physics of the Future”

    This is from what I read. All these books deserve attention. But since I am a chemist, it is clear in which direction I have the advantage)

    There are a couple of good books on literature, also non-fiction, presenting topics in an accessible form, but I don't think that's what you asked.

  1. I can only write top5 (authors), because I'm not particularly fond of science pop.
    1) Ramachandran, “The Brain Tells Us What Makes Us Human”
    2) Chris Frith, “Brain and Soul”
    3) Dawkins, all his books
    4) Hawking, also all books
    5) Neil Degrasse Tyson, also all books.
    And in general, it depends on the field you are interested in.

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