Comics & Graphic Novel, Humour, Non Fiction

How I Broke Up with My Colon by Nick Seluk, The Awkward Yeti

This Book is available to request on NetGalley till the 24th of March This collection was not what I expected at all(since I did not pay attention to the tagline)! It is also an infrequent occurrence for that reaction to be followed by actual enjoyment. I follow the Awkward Yeti on Instagram, previously Fb and… Continue reading How I Broke Up with My Colon by Nick Seluk, The Awkward Yeti

Non Fiction

18 Tiny Deaths by Bruce Goldfarb

This book is available for request for another three days on NetGalley. I usually find it hard to read my way through non-fiction in a few days. It takes time and mental investment to keep myself going even if I find the content inordinately interesting. This was probably one of the few books where I… Continue reading 18 Tiny Deaths by Bruce Goldfarb

Non Fiction

The World at Night: Spectacular photographs of the night sky by Babak Tafreshi

I have always liked the idea of a book of photographs. My (late) grandfather once shared a treasured old copy of black and white photos with me by binding it anew and writing on it in the front flap (as well as censuring a few pics as elders are wont to do when giving kids… Continue reading The World at Night: Spectacular photographs of the night sky by Babak Tafreshi

Book Recommendations, Meme, Non Fiction

Nonfiction November Week 5: New to My TBR #NonFicNov

Week 5: (Nov. 25 to 30) – New to My TBR – Rennie @ What’s Nonfiction : It’s been a month full of amazing nonfiction books! Which ones have made it onto your TBR? Be sure to link back to the original blogger who posted about that book! I have to admit I am cheating a… Continue reading Nonfiction November Week 5: New to My TBR #NonFicNov

Non Fiction

Atlas of Vanishing Places The lost worlds by Travis Elborough

I have reviewed two other 'Atlas' on this blog:    This particular book was different from the previous two Atlas' that I read. This is more of a paced history/geography lesson. It goes in order, introducing us to a place- both as it stands(or doesn't) now and how it used to be. There are pieces… Continue reading Atlas of Vanishing Places The lost worlds by Travis Elborough

Non Fiction

The Fall of the Wild: Extinction, De-Extinction, and the Ethics of Conservation by Ben A. Minteer

This is a book of (almost) essays. The author is an expert in the field and has been involved in multiple conversations about the status of the conservation and related fields. This may be an abrupt form of starting a review but the book is equally straightforward and jumps right into the heart of the… Continue reading The Fall of the Wild: Extinction, De-Extinction, and the Ethics of Conservation by Ben A. Minteer