You’ll never look at trees the same way again: The Overstory by Richard Powers (book review)

What I enjoy most about being part of the blogging community are the super-duper-awesome-out of my bubble- book recommendations I receive. The Overstory is such an example - dear Tierney recommended this book after reading my review of The New Wilderness by Diane Cook. Thank you so much, Tierney! The Overstory in a nutshell The … Continue reading You’ll never look at trees the same way again: The Overstory by Richard Powers (book review)

Surviving in the Earth’s last wildlife area: The New Wilderness by Diane Cook (book review)

The New Wilderness caught my eye when it was shortlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize. I watched the online awards ceremony during lockdown and I remember being intrigued by the theme of the book ... sounded like a dystopia I would very much enjoy. Sometimes you just gotta' trust your intuition, don't you?

Before and after the water crisis hits the Earth: The End of the Ocean by Maja Lunde (book review)

More than one year ago I read my first climate fiction book - The History of Bees by Maja Lunde. Ever since I've been (not so) patiently waiting for the release of the second book of the series - The End of the Ocean. Read it, loved it, ready to share my thoughts with you!

Series Spotlight: The Climate Quartet by Maja Lunde

The global climate change and its consequences affect all of us, and it is a topic that I haven't seen in the fiction world ... until now. When I heard of Maja Lunde and her Climate Quartet I knew from the beginning that it is something I want to explore!