Are you a fan of survival stories? Do you enjoy reading about maritime disasters? Arctic expeditions? If you answered yes to any of those questions, have I got a book for you! EMPIRE OF ICE AND STONE : THE DISASTROUS AND HEROIC VOYAGE OF THE KARLUK by Buddy Levy will have you on the edge…
The South Korean runaway bestseller, debut author Baek Se-Hee’s intimate therapy memoir—think Crying in H Mart meets Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.
Trigger warning: this post will discuss two different books. Terminal disease and assisted suicide are discussed in one and childhood sexual abuse is discussed in the other.
While there’s still a long way to go before we’re conversing with animals, scientists are hard at work at making the possibility a reality.
In An Immense World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us, Pulitzer Prize winner and The Atlantic staff writer Ed Yong takes us into the many incredible dimensions of the world as it is perceived and experienced by other animals.