A book about the universe which begins with a swimming salmon and ends with the starry sky. The Guardian
said: 'The twenty-six pieces here are short, pithy and packed with information delivered in poetic but precise language
Don't read too much in one sitting. These are the gold flakes you scatter on the rice dish of your everyday reading'.
This is a book about the universe which begins with swimming salmon and ends with the starry sky. From the tiniest Earth dwellers to far-flung celestial bodies - considering everything from the similarity of gods to donkeys, to exploding stars and exploding sea cucumbers - Amy Leach rekindles our communion with the world. This stunning debut will leave you with a deeper understanding of the universe and a greater sense of the magic that surrounds us.