Friday, March 11, 2011
Book Review: The View from Lazy Point
I've been working overtime at my day job this week (thus the lack of recent blog posts—sorry). But the book review I wrote recently was just posted online at the Englewood Review of Books. So check it out and let me know what you think!
This book review contains my thoughts on The View from Lazy Point written by traveling ecological expert Carl Safina. If you are into conservation, being "green," or anything related to environmentalism, I'd recommend reading this book. Also, if you like biology or wonder whether there's anything to the whole "global climate change" thing, you'll find it interesting. It's extremely well written, engaging, and relatable, while still packed with hardcore science-a-plenty—for you science nerds out there. (You know who you are.) And yes, there's even illustrations, for those of you who were about to ask, "But does it have any pictures?"
It'll be a ridiculously busy weekend, so I'll probably post on Monday about how tired I am, how much rush transcription projects are equal parts exhilarating and exhausting, etc.
Until then, have a good weekend!