I’ve Seen the End of You: A Neurosurgeon’s Look at Faith, Doubt, and the Things We Think We Know is an insightful book written by W. Lee Warren, MD. Through reading the book, I learned more about neurology as neurosurgery, as well as specific terms used in neurology (such as specific types of brain tumors). I enjoyed reading personal stories from Warren’s life as well as stories about his patients. The stories about Warren’s patients did not read like dry case files; they felt personal. Prior to reading the book, I wondered if it would sad or depressing, but it was not. Instead, it was a thoughtful book about how faith and medicine collide.