Not sure why this has previously been so poorly rated. This is a great book with a lot of information written in a way that is easily digested.
Very soothing voice. Excellent book. Defiantly recommend it.
Decent. “Hidden life of trees- in Europe” should be the title. It was definitely eye opening to understand the interconnected relationship of the natural world. Very informative.
Really inspired me and expanded my knowledge of the world around us and how little we truly understand of the interconnectedness of natural systems.
There is definitely some strong bias from the author which sometimes strays from objective science but their passion makes it understandable. (personally I don't think trees are quite as friendly as he makes out, but more so than conventional survival of the fittest).
The principles laid out in the book are pretty essential for most people to understand and will make looking and being outside a more fascinating experience.
A beautiful well written book. As well as the best narrator I've encountered so far.
It talks mostly about European forests so i see how some people might find it not too relatable. However, it gives fantastic insights about the forest life.
I saw a comment that said that the book was political. I have no idea why someone would say that. If i were the author I would have even felt a bit offended by this.
Over use of political opinions. Gives all information as facts but provides little to no explanation or evidence. Starts talking about animal meat harvesting cruelties toward the end. I really just wanted to know, what I don't know, about trees and how they function.
no good if you do want to learn about planting/gardening
it's based in European forest.
I live in Arizona. it was fun and I did learn a few things about trees
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