Book review: Vesper Flights

Vesper Flights

Vesper Flights
by Helen Macdonald
Narrated by
Helen Macdonald
Grove Press
Recorded Books
8/25/2020
288 pages
10H21
Nonfiction/Essays
Science/Nature

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I was very impressed by Helen MacDonald’s previous book, H is for Hawk, even though I never took time to write a full review back then.
As I received Vesper Flights through Libro.fm (check for ways to get free audiobooks and support independent bookstores – excellent app!), here is my humble effort to convince you to listen to this one.

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Book review: Unseen City

unseen-city

Unseen City:
The Majesty of Pigeons,
the Discreet Charm
of Snails

& Other Wonders
of the Urban Wilderness

In San Francisco, a young father started to pay more attention to his surroundings as his toddler kept asking him names of trees and the like. He was also led to research more about all he could see around him related to the fauna and flora and he shared his discoveries in this fantastic book Unseen City. Note the awesome subtitle and cover as well!

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Interview with Thomas Maloney, author of The Sacred Combe

The Sacred Combe

The Sacred Combe

Author:
Thomas Maloney
Publisher:
Scribe Publications UK

UK Release date:
May 12, 2016
Pages:
304
ISBN:
9781925228298
also available as ebook
Genre:
Literary fiction

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I recently posted a very enthusiastic review of The Sacred Combe, so I’m totally thrilled today to post an interview with the author Thomas Maloney.
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