Books in July

An Immense World

How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us

By Ed Yong

I loved this book. It is one of those that opens your awareness and full of mesmerizing facts: Insects with ears on their knees, humans that can echolocate, whales that communicate across oceans, birds with hearing that changes depending on the seasons, wasps that know how to feel a cockroach brain and so on. It is full of wonder and will make you “see” the world around you differently.

One of my favorite books this year so far.

Good Without God

“What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe”

by Greg Epstein

This is a positive book and a good introduction to humanism. I found it interesting but a bit boring, maybe because there was too much information and names that were new to me.

Sur la Dalle

by Fred Vargas

I am a big fan of Fred Vargas and I was happy to read a new adventure of Inspector Adamsberg. I enjoyed the inspector way of thinking, the hedgehog, the description of all the food they eat, Retancourt, the potions and superstitions, the politics. I hope she will write another one soon.

And that was it for July. What did you read?


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