Book Review: Mountainfit by Meera Lee Sethi

Book Review: Burial Rights by Hannah KentMOUNTAINFIT
by Meera Lee Sethi

Non-Fiction
CCLaP Publishing; Apr 2012
E-book; 57 pages
Source: Received from publisher for review

“We travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives other souls,” Sethi quotes Anais Nin at the very beginning of this book, adding, “What you are reading was supposed to be a book about birds, but it is about this, too.”

In 2011, Meera Lee Sethi finds herself volunteering at a small bird observatory in western Sweden. Although at first she feels like an awkward city slicker, she grows to love the daily routines, trekking through the mountains to visit bird mating grounds called leks, tracking birds tagged with geolocators, observing nests, and recording data. Continue reading

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