Review: The Nation of Plants by Stefano Mancuso and Gregory Conti

Authors: Stefan Mancuso and Gregory Conti
Publisher: Other Press
Released: March 30, 2021
Received: Edelweiss

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The Nation of Plants was written by plant neurobiologist Stefano Mancuso and was a surprisingly playful and enjoyable read. Granted, I went into this book expecting a lot of fun, especially as a plant and garden lover.

The Nation of Plants is an informative read that presents (and more importantly: explains) the eight fundamental pillars on which plant life can exist. Yes, that also can be applied to every other living creature, but that just made it all the more interesting.

If you’re looking for a book full of knowledge that will also force you to sit down and think once you’re done, then The Nation of Plants will be the perfect read for you. Honestly, I think this book would be nicely suited for a book club or any other group that would feel comfortable sitting down and discussing the theories and conclusions provided by this book.

Thanks to Other Press and #Edelweiss for making this book available for review. All opinions expressed are my own.


About Liz (AKA Cat)

I am an avid animal lover, photographer, reader, and much more. While my photography blog is feeling a bit neglected at the moment, the other sites I'm involved in are going strong. ✧I review books, comics, and basically anything else in the literary world over at Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks (of Books). ✧I review comics and books, as well as write content for Word of the Nerd. ✧I review comics for Monkeys Fighting Robots. ✧I write content for Screen Rant and CBR. ✧I write book reviews for The Review Crew.
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