Books set in forensics labs
I've been noticing more and more books coming out about nature, the environment, and our connection with the world. These go beyond, "the environment is failing and we're the cause," to more, "we are nature, contained within, yet separate," and "reconnect with nature and recognize the beauty and depth of the natural world.
A memoir about what it's like being a woman and mother in science, and what it's like trying to gain acceptance in a field dominated by men.
It's been a great year so far of gothic, dark academic, and gloomy books. I don't know if there's been a (re)surge(nce) of gothic, or if I'm simply reaching for those books, but there have been good ones lately. Some are older, however, and I've been enjoying them, too.
With each season brings new books, and I can't wait for this year's fall reads.
Mara, Sadie, and Hannah are friends first, scientists always. Though their fields of study might take them to different corners of the world, they can all agree on this universal truth: when it comes to love and science, opposites attract and rivals make you burn… Hannah’s got a bad feeling about this. Not only has … Continue reading Books in Number: books with #s in the title
Gothic books to read
With fall just around the corner, there's something about the gothic, or at least, dark atmosphere that is the backdrop to many dark academia novels that is just what we need. Coupled with the quarantine, there's nothing quite like settling in with a book with intellectual characters getting into all sorts of trouble.
Dark academia books to read right now
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