The Exploding Suns is a non-fiction book written by Isaac Asimov, first published in 1977. This book explains the summary of human's knowledge about supernovas at the time. The author tells the history that lead us to the discovery of supernovas, what the scientists belive they are, and how they would potentially affect our lives in the future.
With so many books in the astronomy genre usually choose to try to explain everything there is to know about the subject, it was nice to have this book focusing on one big subject, which is the mysterious supernova. The author did a good job at delivering the book as clearly and entertaining as possible. Personally, I love learning about the connection between supernovas and cell mutation. I didn't know that was a thing until this book pleasantly taught me.
Overall, this is a very educative book for general audience that has interest in astronomy (or evolution theory!). Very informative read indeed.