The Green Unknown: Travels in the Khasi Hills by Patrick Rogers

I received a free digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

The Green Unknown: Travels in the Khasi Hills follow Patrick Rogers as he explores Meghalaya, a remote state of Northeastern India. Proving a complete and immersive experience, the reader can easily visualize his journeys for themselves.

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“Circadian” by Chelsey Clammer

Here is a recent review I did for Reader Views. Circadian has definitely claimed a spot on my “Favorites Shelf!”

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Chelsey Clammer
Red Hen Press (2017)
ISBN 9781597096034
Reviewed by Skyler Boudreau for Reader Views (1/18)

“Circadian” is a collection of twelve essays for adults that make use of both poetic and lyrical structure and mathematical and scientific practices. Through these lenses Chelsey Clammer explores mental illnesses, past stories of trauma, and a series of different relationships.

From the first essay, formatted as a bulleted list, Clammer captures the reader with her unique voice and honest, raw vulnerability. Each of the following pieces are equally enthralling and stay with the reader long after the book has been closed. Collections like these are such personal things that it takes great courage to even write them down, let alone share them with the rest of the world.

Each piece easily hold its own, and putting them together in one volume builds a powerful experience, seamlessly slipping Clammer’s audience into each new…

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