Science

Nonfiction
Dan Erwine

Quiet

Quiet – The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking Let me tell you a story. Growing up in the 1950s, I

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Technologists

For those of you who like your reading beefy, in other words more than four hundred pages, and likewise find Matthew Pearl’s take on mystery

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Nature
Ann Ronald

The Man Who Planted Trees

I am especially fond of the literary genre called “nature writing.” Authors like Henry David Thoreau, Mary Austin, Edward Abbey, Ellen Meloy, and many others

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Autobiography/Memoir
Ann Ronald

The Glen Canyon Country

Normally I don’t review books written by good friends and ordinarily ‘Bookin’ with Sunny’ doesn’t include books with footnotes, but we’re making an exception for

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Autobiography/Memoir
Ann Ronald

Full Body Burden

“The body is an organ of memory, holding traces of all our experiences. The land, too, carries the burden of all its changes. To truly

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Mr. g

Alan Lightman, author of the celebrated Einstein’s Dreams, has taken his latest fiction, Mr. g, even further, inviting the reader into the imagined realm of

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Cold Wind

There are so many reasons to recommend C. J. Box and his Joe Pickett novels it’s hard to know where to begin. Let’s start with

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Friendly Fallout 1953
Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Friendly Fallout 1953

Friendly Fallout 1953 is a curious combination of fiction and fact, a literary effort to bring together, under one cover, the topics of nuclear weapons,

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