A Crack in Creation is an interesting book because it dives deep down into the science behind gene editing. There are many agreements against the concept of gene editing, mainly being, "We aren't God" and "Where do we stop." This book does an excellent job of showing what this tool is capable of doing, such as stopping diseases. The book has quite a bit of jargon and the first third is a little slow, but I do recommend this book.
Two award-winning Berkeley scientists explore the potential of a revolutionary genetics technology capable of easily and affordably manipulating DNA in human embryos to prevent specific diseases, addressing key concerns about related ethical and societal repercussions. 50,000 first printing.