Book Review: Southcrop Forest by Lorne Rothmancategories: Book, Environmental Education, Nature Writing, Fantasy, Climate Change, Trees, Auja, Oak, Fur, Ecology
Author: Lorne Rothman
Brand: Brand: iUniverse
A Wild Mix of Fantasy Quest and Nature WritingI didn't know science types could write fiction like this. The story is unique and the writing is lyrical, which gives the book a mythological feel. The book's ecology is easy to read, wide ranging and detailed (though the endnotes can be a bit distracting in places). The way the author includes Canadian and native history is also really neat! And I've never read a book where the main character is not one, but a group of creatures. bizarre. A strange and excellent read, with lots of Canadian content.
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