David Quammen on Books

David Quammen (1948 ― ), science, nature, and travel writer
in The Boilerplate Rhino: Nature in the Eye of the Beholder


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12 thoughts on “David Quammen on Books”

  1. Ironically, or not, the shelves of my friends are filled with books I did not get to…the expectation that if and when I visit I could jump right back in. My last five books: Ruth Rendall’s “The New Girlfriend,” Ishiguro’s “Nocturnes,” Patrick McCabe’s “The Butcher Boy,” Volume 1 of Luo Guanzhong’s “Romance of the Three Kingdoms,” and Thomas Hardy’s “Far From the Madding Crowd.” I’m soon departing Seoul so I’ve been on a tear as I’ve consumed these five in the past 10 days. Of course I still have seven left of which I’ll see how many I can squeeze into my duffle or they’ll once again serve as parting gifts.

  2. Are you currently in Seoul? I’m not sure the next time I’ll be in LA so please give my regards to your family. Anyway, I’m a tactile individual, and already use the computer too much for films/sports that I greatly prefer the physical entity over such facilitators as a Kindle, etc. Cheers

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