For a Phd ornithologist, and his house-builder boyfriend, what would be the motivation to take on a 4000 mile journey across the Alaska and Arctic, all alone, powered only by their bodies? Through snow, mountains, and rivers? What would they need to carry? How much can they carry?The baggage they carry, the one on their … Continue reading The Sun is a Compass – a book review
Just started this book on 1st July and, this promises to be a refreshing read, considering the lockdown that has us all home bound. This promises to provide a virtual escapade into the wilderness, into the freedom that proximity to nature provides and into the power of human heart (and limbs!). PS: I finished the … Continue reading The Sun is a Compass – a refreshing ‘lockdown’ read
Like my most recent book reads, this one too came from GatesNotes.com – the personal blog of Bill Gates. His recommendations on the best reads of the year are always spot on, and always promise to widen your horizon in many ways. This is a memoir by Tara Westover. Growing up in a strict Mormon … Continue reading Educated – by Tara Westover – a book review
I aim to read and review 12 non-fiction books this year! That is, one book per month on average. And this one is my pick for Jan 2019! Will share review after finishing the book! Stay tuned!