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Great book for anyone interested in gardening.
Michael Pollan elates me in this book but disappoints in all the others, with the newer ones getting worse, although, "The Omnivour's Dilemma" is worth reading, too.
I am still reading this book; it's one to be savored instead of gobbled up in one sitting.
I'm a big Michael Pollan fan and jumped at the chance to get his book on gardening. He's a wonderfully engaging writer whose work is chock full of history, science, humor and great... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Joyce A Clark
This is a great work of combining nonfiction and storytelling. Also, there's a lot less of Pollan's tendency to oversimplify his conclusions, and a greater sense of comfort with... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Aaron L. M. Goodwin
I loved that it wasn't as pricey! Was abviously used but it was okay overal!Published 2 months ago by Olie
I love the works of M. Pollan. But this read ( cd) is too long and boring, drawn out and hard to get through. Never finished the CD. Too bad.Published 3 months ago by Quail Run
this was not up to what i expected from michael pollan, as every other of his books that i have read i absolutely lovedPublished 3 months ago by Tom B.
Another hit for Mr. Pollan. His journey as a novice into the world of gardening encouraged me to hang in there and keep working toward success in my own garden. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Margaret Costanti
I admire human intelligence, Michael Pollsn is a very smart guy. Terrific read for anyone.Published 5 months ago by Huckleberry