Book Review: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

What a book. Trevor Noah is a comedian from South Africa, he lived there during the aftermath of apartheid. His mother grew up in the heat of it. His father was a white man from Switzerland who met his mother at an illegal underground club. White people were not supposed to be with black people … Continue reading Book Review: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

Book review: North by Scott and Jenny Jurek

Good morning bookworms! I was so happy to read another nonfiction with my friend Anna @anna.andthebooks on Instagram. We had a great voice memo discussion after we both finished. This post contains affiliate links. See Contact for disclaimer. I make a commission on purchases from Indigo. North is the story of Scott Jurek running the … Continue reading Book review: North by Scott and Jenny Jurek

Book Review: The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert

Good morning bookworms! I started this one on March 1 and just finished it. It was a bit dry sometimes and a bit depressing, but overall I found it really interesting. The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert is about the previous mass extinctions we have had on earth and the current 6th one we are … Continue reading Book Review: The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert