You'll Love This Book; If You Do Not, I Will Buy Your Copy

          My wife and I exchange books on Christmas. I've finished the first, Lulu Miller's, Why Fish Don't Exist: A Story of Loss, Love, and the Hidden Order of Life.
          It's rare I wish a book were longer. But I wish that of this book. It is actually three books in one -- at twice the length it would still have been pure pleasure.
          I'm not going to say a whole lot about this book; I don't want to spoil it for anyone, even by suggestion. Suffice it to say that somewhere about mid-point, my jaw dropped, and I was transfixed. By the book's end, I had made a new friend. I'll be looking for more of Ms. Miller's work in years to come.
          Here's how much I like the book: Buy it. Read it. If you don't love it, I will buy your copy to sell in my bookshop, Whitlock Farm Booksellers, in Bethany, CT. Give us a call at 203.393.1240

Comments: (2)

  • Andy Warren
    Andy Warren told me not to send him a book, I will send him this book and the THE PARASITIC MIND by Gad Saad. You and Gad need to do a POD CAST together.
    Posted on December 30, 2020 at 7:17 pm by Robert C Laubengayer
  • ypu'll love this book
    OK, I did not red the book, but, the author was interviewed on NPR, science Friday a few weeks ago, and she gave away enough of the book so that I am familure with the main theme. As you suggest, the title; "Why fish don't exist" is tantalizing and at the end, surprisingly, the reader will agree that "fish don't exist".
    Posted on December 31, 2020 at 8:31 am by Raymond Sitar

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