Adventures of a Young Naturalist, the Zoo Quest Expeditions is the first of my non-fiction books for this month. It was a Christmas present from my dad. Title: Adventures of a Young Naturalist, The Zoo Quest Expeditions Author: David Attenborough Publication Date: 21st September 2017 Page Count: 398 Pages Rating: 5* Quote: 'He was one … Continue reading Adventures of a Young Naturalist, The Zoo Quest Expeditions by David Attenborough. Review
I'm currently trying to expand my reading material to at least one non-fiction book a month. This month I chose Sarah Millican's How to Be Champion, I received it as a present from my boyfriend for Christmas, obtained from my Amazon wishlist because otherwise he does things like orders me the wrong David Jason Autobiography. … Continue reading How to Be Champion by Sarah Millican. Review
This is all in all a very amusing book. Alice in Brexitland is a humorous parody of the Brexit saga set out as a retelling of Lewis Carroll's famous classic Alice in Wonderland. Alice follows David Camerabbit down the Brexit hole one summers day, once in Brexitland she comes across characters such as the Corbynpillar … Continue reading Alice in Brexitland by Leavis Carroll. Review.
I decided to review these three together on account of them being fairly short. I've seen these in a few shops and thought they looked a lot of fun so I requested and was happily granted three of them on Netgalley. First up The Fireside Grown Up Guide to the Meeting. The meeting was very … Continue reading The Fireside Guides for Grown Ups
Homo Deus is not the usual kind of book I would read. I'm a lover of fiction first and foremost. However, following My read of The Seven Daughters of Eve earlier this year I have become more interesting in this style of none fiction writing. The book looks at the subject of ourselves Homo Sapiens … Continue reading Homo Deus Review
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