- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
From the Publisher"This is a marvelous and deeply affecting book. I was gripped from the first page."
—Bill Bryson , author of A Walk in the Woods and A Really Short History of Nearly Everything
“In this powerful memoir of a lost sense, Bonnie Blodgett helps us better understand the mysterious nature of smell. It turns out that our most ancient sense just might also be the most important."
—Jonah Lehrer , author of How We Decide
“Human! Real! An intriguing insight into the process of what happens when medicine becomes personal. Courageous and compelling—it gives new meaning to ‘wake up and smell the flowers.’”
—Dr. Doris Taylor , Director of the Center for Cardiac Repair at the University of Minnesota