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Murder by Death

I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.

Flat Book Society March read: I've finally read the first chapter! - Furry Logic

Furry Logic: The Physics of Animal Life - Liz Kalaugher, Matin Durrani

I'm finally a chapter in, past the fire, and starting to get stuck into the chapter on Komodo Dragons.  It's pretty much the last thing I read each night, so there's a high incidence of falling asleep mid-way through chapters.  


But I am enjoying it.  It is not quite up to the standards of Storm in a Teacup yet (if it ever gets there), as the level of fine science detail is more heavily weighted against anecdotal background.  I'm totally ok with this, as I'm interested in the scientific content, but not a strict regurgitation of it - I prefer my science to be in context.  The cheesy/corny jokes make me chuckle though, maybe because they're so groan-worthy.


I'm looking forward to this upcoming chapter, as it seems to cover two of my many favorites: cats and geckos.


Geckos ain't got nothin' on me.  I'll show them suction pad toes....