Chang Abby Abby itibaren Mazare Shah, Kerman, İran
I read this book at the same time as The Poison Diaries because I thought it might help give me some more background on the plants mentioned in the novel. I'm glad I did, and thought it was fitting that the Alnwick Poison Gardens (those featured in/inspiring The Poison Diaries) were mentioned at the end of this book as "surely the best place in the world to see wicked plants". The book was fascinating, a quick, easy read, and the author did a great job of telling you what was interesting about a plant without going on too long for those of us who aren't really botanists. My only complaint was that there were too few illustrations. I would have liked to see each plant illustrated rather than maybe 1 in 10.