The man who Mistook his Wife for a hat: my review

Finished book review by: Ryan

Book written by: Oliver Sacks
Total number of pages: 243

Genre: Non-fiction/informational
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
In the book, Oliver Sacks describes several quirky cases of amnesia and how they are caused. Along with that, he explains how the brain works and how the cases of amnesia is caused. The stories that he tells enables the reader to feel what it is like to have lost memories.

Three words that describe my book:
Quirky, Interesting, Informational

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
Smart, Likes challenges, Dilligent

Six Easy Pieces: Essential of Physics Explained by Its Most Brilliant Teacher: my review

Finished book review by: Michael

Book written by: Paul Davis
Total number of pages: 138

Genre: Non-fiction/informational
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
The book is informational text about physics. Each chapter explores a new concept of physics, and all of the material was taken from the lectures of the famous physicist Richard P. Feynman. His lectures about physics were put transcribed and put into a book for people to read.

Three words that describe my book:
Interesting, Informational, and Confusing

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
I would recommend this book to someone who is interested in physics or science. It’s an interesting book, although you need to know a lot about physics to understand a lot of it, but it is still worth your time if you are someone who is willing to read through the whole thing.

The Tipping Point: my review

Finished book review by: Adam

Book written by: Malcolm Gladwell
Total number of pages: 304

Genre: Non-fiction/informational
My rating: *****, it was amazing

A brief summary of my book:
Malcolm Gladwell shows us, as the reader, the concept behind trends. Many pop culture examples are used, and diseases even make an appearance. He shows us how trends begin, and what happens before and after they reach their “tipping point”.

Three words that describe my book:
Informational, intriguing, revealing

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
I’d recommend this book to a curious, mature, and experienced reader.

Ghost Wave: my review

Finished book review by: Declan

Book written by: Chris Dixon
Total number of pages: 262

Genre: Biography/memoir
My rating: **, it was OK

A brief summary of my book:
The book is quite literally a biography of a place. This place is Cortez Bank and it is very special. The book takes you on a tour of Cortez Bank throughout different time periods.

Three words that describe my book:
Exciting, informational, jaw dropping

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
I would reccomend this to a reader that enjoys nonfiction. Also I would think that a person who likes surfing would enjoy this book. Finally a person with a thirst for knowledge would appreciate this book.