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Top 3 Books in February

Hi everyone!

Sorry about posting this halfway to March, things have been hectic here. Occupational Therapy studies have kept me busy while trying to finish writing my third book. Also, sidenote: a happy writer here. My books are selling almost every day! 

It wasn’t straightforward to choose the top 3 books I read last month. I chose these because they made me wonder about the world we live in the most.

  1. Hallucinations by Oliver Sacks. This was a good book. It made me rethink how I understand hallucinations, art, the stories we tell, drugs, everything. If you haven’t read the book, definitely go for it. 
  2. The Diary of a Bookseller by Shaun Bythell. Not only is this book entertaining with its snarky tone, but it was also a walk in the memorylane. Making me think back those days I worked at a bookshop and what I learned about the book industry there. But you don’t have to have worked in a bookshop to appreciate this book. The daily life on Shaun Bythell and his thoughts about customers and Amazon, make you laugh and think.
  3. Other Minds: The Octopus and the Evolution of Intelligent Life by Peter Godfrey-Smith. I don’t think this is the best book out there about Octopi’s intelligence and consciousness, but anything with an octopus in it, I’m sold. This book was informative, interesting, but also a bit of a disappointment when it came to structure and argumentation. Still, I loved it.

Thank you for reading! Have a bookish day ❤

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