It amazes me how Neil Shubin is completely immersed within his work, he never loses the enthusiasm or thought provoking ideas in the novel. Many other novels have boring parts or weak spots but “Your Inner Fish” keeps the reader wanting to know more and more without even having a desire to drop the book. I think the way Shubin shows the evolution of organisms differs greatly from many other scientists. He is careful to show a step-by-step process rather than showing how one single-celled organism can relate to a human. He does not just show how one fish has a certain structure that may have evolved to become the human spine. Instead Shubin goes into great detail about structures like showing his medical students to identify an organ by looking at its cells or tissues. I was surprised to find out that the book talked about different functions of certain movements within animals, like the proportions in the legs of frogs compared to horses and how their functions differ. I still wonder what the author believes what people will benefit from this knowledge. Fromm reading his novel many will be able to tell his enthusiasm for the work however he never bluntly states his opinion of where we go from here. Now that we have this wisdom, what does he predict will happen in the future?