‘…a distinctive voice’  DAISY GOODWIN, POET, TELEVISION WRITER (‘VICTORIA’) AND YEOVIL LITERARY PRIZE JUDGE

‘… can shift from lovingly recalled detail to moments of powerful experience’  TONY JONES, 2016 WINNER FOR BEST RADIO DRAMA, WRITERS GUILD OF GREAT BRITAIN

‘… the writing is lovely; lyrical, subtle, original and surprising’  CHRIS THOMPSON, RADIO AND TELEVISION WRITER (‘THE ARCHERS’, ‘HEARTBEAT’, ‘EMMERDALE’)

‘… a wonderful book … anyone yet to read it has a real treat in store’  JOHN LINDLEY, POET LAUREATE FOR CHESHIRE AND MANCHESTER CATHEDRAL POET

‘… an appealing read, with its open-minded questioning and … exploratory structure’  JUDY BROWN, 2013 POET IN RESIDENCE AT THE WORDSWORTH TRUST AT DOVE COTTAGE

‘… moving, funny and compelling’  MEGAN TAYLOR, AUTHOR, ‘THE LIVES OF GHOSTS’

‘… vivid and touching’  FRANCES THIMANN, AUTHOR, ‘NOVEMBER WEDDING’

… not afraid to dig deeply into his memories … an honest author‘ JUDI MOORE, AUTHOR, ‘LITTLE MOUSE’

‘… pulses with life and energy’  ALY STONEMAN, LEFT LION, NOTTINGHAM

‘ …an intimate and immensely readable book’  DR PHIL STRINGER, DEPT. OF PSYCHOLOGY, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

… engaging and fascinating … self-effacing, honest and with a gentle humour‘ PROF TIM CROOK, GOLDSMITHS, UNIV OF LONDON

… elegantly crafted’ PROF NORAH FREDERICKSON, THE PSYCHOLOGIST

‘.. clear-sighted, entertaining and, at times, powerfully moving‘ DR NATHAN LAMBERT, UNIV OF NOTTINGHAM

‘… there is a breath of humanity in this book’  ED DRUMMOND, POET, ACTIVIST AND LEGENDARY BRITISH ROCK CLIMBER

‘…the best writing I’ve read for ages’  PROF TERRY GIFFORD, DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF MOUNTAINEERING LITERATURE

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