Jonathan Weiner: "His Brother's Keeper" (Ecco)
Stephen Heywood was 29 when he learned he was dying of ALS - Lou Gehrig's disease. His older brother Jamie transformed himself from a mechanical into a genetic engineer in a race to cure the incurable. Pulitzer-prize winning author Jonathan Weiner tells the story of the brothers' journey to the edge of medicine.
Pulitzer Prize winning author of "The Beak of the Finch," "Time, Love, Memory," "Planet Earth," and "The Next One Hundred Years."