Jonathan Rosen lives in New York City, has written two well-received novels, a much-praised first non-fiction book, The Talmud and the Internet. He is also editorial director of Nextbook. All of which would lead one to expect that his most recent book would be about birdwatching, yes? Yes is the fortunate answer for birdwatching readers wherever they may be, and thoughtful readers in general as he visits with the paperback of his terrific, highly-praised book, The Life of the Skies: Birding at the End of Nature (new in paper, Picador). (KingRat)
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