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Marram: Memories of Sea and Spider Silk (Hardback)
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Marram: Memories of Sea and Spider Silk (Hardback)

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Hardback 256 Pages / Published: 19/03/2020
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Seven years after her mother's death, Leonie Charlton is still gripped by memories of their fraught relationship. In May 2017, Leonie trekked through the Outer Hebrides in the company of a friend and their Highland Ponies in search of closure. When Leonie's pony has a serious accident, she begins to realise that finding peace with her mother is less important than letting go. Leonie Charlton blends travel and nature writing with intimate memoir in this beautifully written account of grief and acceptance.

Publisher: Sandstone Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781913207106
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“Well written diary of an interesting journey”

I thought this book was a very good diary of a journey from Barra to Lewis with a couple of ponies. Some such narratives can become repetitive but Leonie Charlton avoids this. The writing is lyrical and the memories... More

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