Book Reviews

Book Reviews

In this section of the website, I’ll be posting reviews of the non-fiction books that I’ve read and enjoyed. These books will generally cover areas like Photography, wildlife issues, and the environment we inhabit.

I’ll share the basic premise of each book and what I took away from reading them. The list below are those that you might find interesting and that I’ll happily recommend to you if you follow the same interests as me.



“Kalahari Dream’ is simply about passion.” Passion for a truly wonderful and remote part of Southern Africa, passion for wildlife and passion for conservation. Whether or not you have ever been to the Kalahari Desert, you will love this easy and often emotional read.

It’s a story about Chris Mercer and Beverley Pervan’s Kalahari experience in wildlife rehabilitation

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"Killing for Profit Book Review - Marinovich Books"



Killing for profit is a piece of investigative journalism out of the top draw. Nowadays, with the advent of bloggers and online campaigners, all producing one-sided content to further their own campaigns, it is refreshing to read a book that focused on the facts and both side of the argument.

If you want to understand the greed behind the insidious slaughter of African rhinos, look no further. No one escapes scrutiny, not the South African government, WWF, Chinese and Vietnamese officials, organised criminals or even the revered SAS.

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"The Limits To Growth- The 30 year update"


Limits to Growth: The 30-year Update is without a doubt, one of the scariest books I’ve read to date, and not because of the obvious reasons like climate change, overpopulation or lack of resources. It’s not scary because of the stark warnings and alarming content about the world we now live in. But, scary because thirty years have passed from its original publication (1972) and very little has changed.

If you want to have an idea about what our future holds for this planet, Read this book

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Badgered to Death