Reviews

  • A compelling insight into that special organ that surgeons cannot replace

    Professor Stephen Westaby, author of 'Fragile Lives'
  • A powerful and trustworthy insight into the brain. You will love his playful story telling and guidance

    Dr Rupy Aujla - author 'The Doctor's Kitchen' and 'Eat to Beat Illness'
  • Rahul Jandial's truth and honesty is fantastic and his knowledge is amazing

    Tim Lovejoy, Channel 4 'Sunday Brunch' TV presenter and podcast host
  • Forget supplements and pricey potions - these easy, doctor-approved exercises and lifestyle upgrades can help boost your brain at any age

    New York Post
  • Want to be happier, feel younger AND stave off dementia? Then try a leading neurosurgeon's brilliantly simple workouts for your little grey cells with this ingenious "BOOTCAMP FOR YOUR BRAIN"

    Daily Mail
  • Finally! A book about the brain that has gripping stories, easy to understand science, and useful tips that people can use in their daily lives. If you only read one book about the human brain, this should be the one. This book makes me even more proud of our unique craft - brain surgery and neuroscience

    Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa,Author of 'Dr Q: My Journey from Migrant Farm Worker to Brain Surgeon'
  • World-leading neuroscientist Dr Rahul Jandial takes readers on a journey through the body's most mysterious organ. As well as revealing the secrets of the working brain, he offers tips on boosting memory, minimising pain and cutting Alzheimer's risk

    Mail on Sunday
  • Who knew a book about the human brain could be so enlightening and enjoyable at the same time? Science has come a long way and Dr. Rahul Jandial is on the leading edge of some of the most promising and innovative breakthroughs in treating the brain. In Life Lessons from a Brain Surgeon Jandial strikes an elegant balance between highlighting scientific discoveries, "busting" popular myths and providing realistic tips that can be applied to everyday life. The stories he shares about his experiences and the brain's ability to adapt and heal are incredibly inspiring

    Sandy Nunez, ESPN