Field Notes from the Edge (Paperback)Paul Evans (author)
Here, Evans searches out wildlife and plants to reveal a Nature that is inspiring yet intimidating; miraculous yet mundane; part sacred space, part wasteland. It is here that we tread the edge between a fear of Nature's dangers and a love of Nature's beauty.
Combining a naturalist's eye for observation with a poet's ear for the lyrical, Field Notes from the Edge confirms Paul Evans's place among our leading nature writers today.
'The best of the best writers on nature.' Guardian
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 187 g
Dimensions: 198 x 126 x 17 mm
A wonderfully original book...Evans has a superb eye, a fine ear for all kinds of speech, a love of droll reality and a lyrical sense of all life...a joy. -- Richard Kerridge, author of Cold Blood
The best account I know of how it goes with our wilds...[a] deeply loveable book -- Tim Dee, author of Four Fields
This lyrical prose makes the reader itch to get out into nature...Ultimately, Evans draws on the past to confront our present and ask what kind of future might be possible * Independent *
Paul Evans's important new book is the first indisputable classic of twenty-first-century nature writing...A masterpiece -- Jim Perrin, author of West
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