I received one book in the mail for review this past week: The Find by Kathy Page, which I will be reviewing on November 10 for the 2010 Green Book Campaign: 1 Day, 200 Books, 200 Reviews run by Eco-Libris.
Here’s the blurb from the author’s site:
A day’s prospecting leads paleontologist Anna Silowski to make an extraordinary discovery in a remote part of British Columbia, but at the same time, the tensions below the surface of her successful career are exposed. Pushed towards breakdown, she finds herself unexpectedly dependent on high-school drop out Scott Macleod, and recruits him to help on the excavation of her find. Scott is soon way out of his depth, and the excavation itself teeters on the edge of disaster. The Find is a compelling story about discovery, inheritance and fate, and a moving exploration of the possibilities that hide within a seemingly impossible relationship.
I also ordered myself a copy of The Wisdom of Yoga: A Seeker’s Guide to Extraordinary Living by Stephen Cope, which I received at my sister’s place (where I am still). I am very much enjoying his first book (Yoga and the Quest for the True Self), which I haven’t finished reading yet!