It's Monday, What Are You Reading? -- is a weekly feature at Book Journey.
I'm reading Monoculture: How One Story Is Changing Everything by F.S. Michaels and Daughters of the Revolution by Carolyn Cooke.
This past week, I finished:
Zor: Philosophy, Spirituality, and Science by J.B.-- A parable of sorts that deals with all of the things mentioned in the title by applying them to a fictional character. Many of the theories, advances, and individuals in neuroscience are included. Although it is a fictional story, the information is authentic, so I'll probably include it in my "brain" book category.
Jane Was Here by Sarah Kernochan -- ghost story, reincarnation, karma
before the last all clear by Ray Evans -- a memoir of a WWII evacuee. Operation Pied Piper planned to move 3.5 million children in 3 days in Sept. 1939. While one source says that the actual number moved by Pied Piper in the 3 day deadline ended up being 1.9 million, many more were evacuated later. The war ended in 1945...
Here is a link that gives more information about the evacuations. Many of these children were separated from their parents for 6 years.
I'm still trying to get the backlog of reviews written and scheduled.