The Anthropocene Reviewed is a strikingly unexpected book that I’m grateful to have read and know I will read again. I’d been told by friends that it was something worth reading, despite its title and the fact that it is a book of essays, which makes me think of school and book reports, not enjoyment. Still, my friends were certainly right, and I’m grateful to them for recommending this book to me.
This Apollo Murders review is the second on my list of books to read in 2022. I admit that it appealed to me more because it was written by Chris Hadfield than because the premise sounded great – because I hadn’t even read the description by the time I’d decided I would get it! It had been years since I’d been interested in NASA or the International Space Station, but Hadfield changed that with his incredible documentation of his time there on social media.
The Apollo Murders Review
This Love at First Plight review will be the first from the novels I added to My Books to Read in 2022 List earlier this year. The next one is going to be Apollo Murders by Chris Hadfield, the astronaut. I’ve already started that one and am on track to write about it soon. For now, though, I’ll be focusing on the Perspective series book.