Looking Back On 2015

Am I allowed to have 36 books on my end-of-year list? Because that's how many I had at first, while trying to write a post like last year's (highlighting my favourite books by the month). So, I decided to simplify. Here's my pared down list (it only took me about 10 years to come up … Continue reading Looking Back On 2015


Every Blade of Grass by Thomas Wharton

When I saw Laura's description of this book on Good reads, "Quiet, beautiful, a heartbreaker.", I knew I wanted to read it. I really can't describe it any better than that. But, maybe I'll elaborate... Martha and James meet at a conference in Iceland in 1974, she as a journalist, he as an ecologist. Almost … Continue reading Every Blade of Grass by Thomas Wharton