By Daniel Chamovitz @Shredder? I'd like to pick up a copy."WHAT A PLANT KNOWS" Its a book that explains a plants sensory systems. It's a easy to read and understand book about plants. How they react to stimulus and each other.
Do you like Stephen King as well?
Mine too! Again; I liked his early stuff way more than the later works. Once he started actually writing for screenplay it lost me. I think the Dead Zone was probably the last book I enjoyed of his.The Stand was Prbly one of my favorites.
By Daniel Chamovitz @Shredder? I'd like to pick up a copy.
Einstein by Walter ISSACOV? Decent read
Many scholars consume CANNABIS?Einstein: "The distinction between the past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion."
I read more than most!Currently reading "Into that Darkness from mercy killing to mass murder" by Gitta Sereny.
An absolutely fascinating study on Operation Reinhard during the Holocaust. Based on perpetrators & survivors interviews with the author & historical records it is not an easy book to read but essential reading for anyone interested in the subject.
My wife is my lifeline!@ataxian good to see u again mon Amis!
U still reading any G. Hancock?
I enjoy reading reading like u both fiction and non.
Still sticking to the goal of reading 2 a month. My loving Woman crushes books how a dog eats kibble.. Insatiable appetite.
Reading 'City of Thieves' by acclaimed GOT writer David Benioff, surprisingly funny, yet dark at grim realities during the siege of leningrad. Highly recommend for folks who like WW Historical fiction.