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Allison D. (A-Darbs) reviewed The Secret Life Of Lobsters: How Fishermen And Scientists Are Unraveling The Mysteries Of Our Favorite Crustacean on
Helpful Score: 3
Highly entertaining nonfiction account of both the lives of lobsters and the people who's lives revolve around studying/catching them. The juxtaposition of human stories with lobster discoveries is both enlighteing and humorous. The chapter about Lobster mating is particularly amusing/enlightening. Very enjoyable, great for starting conversations about over lobster dinner. :)
The only drawback to this book is having to explain to my wife, why I am reading a book about lobsters. Well written with humor and a good grounding in science. Made me hunger for more lobsters and more information about these bottom dwelling crustaceans.