Non-fiction and I aren’t the best of friends on the reading journey. But when a friend shared this book cover and another friend recommended it, I bought it. The nature lover buckled. I also was trying to go out of my comfort zone and read more non-fiction so this was a good choice to begin 2020 with.Continue reading “(Book Review) Cities and Canopies: Trees in Indian Cities, by Harini Nagendra and Seema Mundoli”
I have read 34 Bubblegums and Candies before, and it was interesting. In a way, this book is like old wine in a new bottle, and some rebranding of course. Right off the bat, I liked the title and the cover art much better.
Death is something that’s inevitable, and sooner or later, finds us. We hope we are at peace when it seeks us out, but that’s not always the case. No matter who we are, the news that our time in this wonderful world will soon be at an end affects us, and those who value us in life.
I love finding books to read. There are certain times when the book finds me. When I read a category for the Popsugar Reading Challenge 2018, this book somehow popped into my mind. I’m not sure it would have otherwise.
The past has many things we may wish to forget, but difficult to do so. And some just cannot be forgotten, because that part of history has not affected just one person. To read about those after a long time, triggers those memories.