[nectar_single_testimonial testimonial_style=”bold” color=”Extra-Color-1″ style=”bold” quote=”Bats can’t glide the way birds do, a bat has to flap its wings to stay airborne, and this demands a lot of energy: its heart beats five hundred times a minute. In winter, when there are no insects to be found, it hibernates, a state where life processes are reduced to a minimum and it approaches the border with death, for then its heart beats only four times per minute.” subtitle=”Summer” name=”Karl Ove Knausgaard”]
The last of these four books—Autumn, Winter, Spring, and now Summer. Written as simple essays by day and month on everyday topics. On one page you learn something about bats, on the next a deeply revealing ancedote, then a beautiful description of an ice cube, or the perfect description of an Eggleston photo. All four of these books are interesting throughout.