The book is about mycology, the study of fungi. It delves into how these fascinating organisms make our world a more habitable place, change our thinking and help to shape our future.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone with an interest in fungi, science and the natural world. It would be particularly beneficial for students of mycology and related disciplines, but it is also a great read for general enthusiasts.
- The author has a deep understanding of the topic and writes in an engaging way
- The book is thoroughly researched and provides plenty of evidence to support its arguments
- It offers a fresh perspective on fungi, which are often overlooked or misunderstood
- It is dense and may be difficult for some readers to follow
- It is heavily scientific, with little explanation of complex terms
- The subject matter may not interest all readers
Learn more about the author
Merlin Sheldrake is a mycologist with over 25 years of experience in the field. He has written extensively about fungi and their impact on our lives, and his work has been featured in several scientific journals.
“Fascinating look at the role of fungi in our lives. Sheldrake provides detail and examples that illustrate how these often overlooked organisms are essential to our well-being both physically and mentally.”
“This book is a fascinating exploration of the role fungi play in our lives. Merlin Sheldrake has written an engaging and informative account of how these amazing organisms contribute to our environment, economy and society. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in learning more about these incredible creatures.”
“Fascinating! This book is a must-read for anyone interested in fungi, their ecology and how they impact our world. It’s well written and provides great insights into the roles of these amazing organisms.”
“This is an excellent introduction to the world of fungi. The author does a great job of explaining complex concepts in an easy-to-read manner, and provides lots of interesting information about these fascinating organisms.”