Blackbeard by Craig Cabell, Graham A. Thomas, and Allen Richards ~Review~

"Criminals have come and gone over the centuries but Blackbeard's legend and fame have managed to live on..."Blackbeard Thank you, NetGalley, Craig Cabell, Graham A. Thomas, Allan Richards and Pen & Sword Naval for the opportunity to read this book! Blackbeard is about the hunt for the world's most notorious pirate and is written by … Continue reading Blackbeard by Craig Cabell, Graham A. Thomas, and Allen Richards ~Review~

The Rage of Innocence by Kristin Henning ~ARC Review~

"To thrive, Black youth must learn to resist and transcend harmful and racial ideas and stereotypes that seek to limit them."The Rage of Innocence Thank you to Kristin Henning, NetGalley, and Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group for the opportunity to read this book. It releases on September 28th 2021.TRIGGER WARNINGS: Racism, Police Brutality, Violence, Murder, Suicide … Continue reading The Rage of Innocence by Kristin Henning ~ARC Review~

The Secret Wisdom of Nature by Peter Wohlleben ~Audiobook Review~

"We know nature can heal itself in certain circumstances, but we also know that this takes time..."Peter Wohlleben I can't get enough of Peter Wohlleben's passion for nature. The Secret Wisdom of Nature is the third book in his The Mysteries of Nature Series. I am going out of order, but thankfully that doesn't matter … Continue reading The Secret Wisdom of Nature by Peter Wohlleben ~Audiobook Review~

When Elephants Weep by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson ~Review~

"I learned that there was almost no investigation of the emotional lives of animals in modern scientific literature. Why should this be so? One reason is that scientists, animal behaviorists, zoologists, and ethologists are fearful of being accused of anthropomorphism, a form of scientific blasphemy."When Elephants Weep When Elephants Weep by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson is … Continue reading When Elephants Weep by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson ~Review~

A Matter of Scale by Preston Charles Urka ~Review~

Thank you, Goodreads and Preston Charles Urka for the opportunity to read this book! "Although the year 2050 is somewhat arbitrary, the basic timeline of drastically reducing carbon emissions over just the next few decades is critical to our society, our economy, and our environment."A Matter of Scale I won A Matter of Scale: Untangling … Continue reading A Matter of Scale by Preston Charles Urka ~Review~

Still Alive by Forrest Galante ~ARC Review~

"But hand in hand with the hopefulness created by our discovery, I need to make an important point: extinction is serious."Still Alive Thank you so much Forrest Galante and Hachette Books for the opportunity to read this book that will hit shelves on June 1st!!!! Still Alive: A Wild Life of Rediscovery by Forrest Galante … Continue reading Still Alive by Forrest Galante ~ARC Review~

Culture Warlords by Talia Lavin ~Review~

Thank you Hachette Books for the opportunity to read this book! “To make peace with white supremacy, to give it room, to tender it mercy, is to assert that protecting black and brown and Muslim and gay and trans and Jewish people from violence isn’t all that important or necessary.”Talia Lavin Culture Warlords by Talia … Continue reading Culture Warlords by Talia Lavin ~Review~