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The Salt Path: The Sunday Times bestseller, shortlisted for the 2018 Costa Biography Award & The Wainwright Prize A Beautiful, Thoughtful, Lyrical Story Of Homelessness, Human Strength And Endurance Guardian An Astonishing Narrative Of Two People Dragging Themselves From The Depths Of Despair Along Some Of The Most Dramatic Landscapes In The Country, Looking For A Solution To Their Problems And Ultimately Finding Themselves Independent A Gem Of A Book Guardian, Best Books Of Summer Ray S Account Of Their Incredible Journey Is A Tale Of Triumph, Of Hope Over Despair Pick Of The Paperbacks, The Sunday Times The Landscape Is Magical, Shape Shifting Seas And Smugglers Coves Myriad Sea Birds And Mauve Skies It S A Tale Of Triumph Of Hope Over Despair Of Love Over Everything Home Was No Longer About Bricks And Mortar It Was A State Of Mind The Sunday Times An Inspirational Nature Memoir For Fans Of H Is For Hawk About Losing Everything And Finding Yourself Between The Elements Of Sea And Sky Waterstones A Remarkable And Redemptive Journey Summer Books Of Financial Times The Salt Path Is A Life Affirming Tale Of Enduring Love That Smells Of The Sea And Tastes Of A Rich Life With Beautiful, Immersive Writing, It Is A Story Heart Achingly And Beautifully Told Jackie Morris, Illustrator Of The Lost Words By Robert Macfarlane The Most Inspirational Book Of This Year In Some Ways The Salt Path Reads Like The Ultimate Drop Out Odyssey, Except That This Journey Isn T A Life Choice What The Book Chiefly Conveys Is The Human Capacity For Endurance And The Regenerative Power Of Nature The Salt Path Also Serves As A Reminder That Britain Is A Land Criss Crossed By Footpaths And That We Take This , Mile National Glory For Granted At Our Peril The Salt Path Has Reminded Me To Scrape Last Year S Mud From My Walking Boots And Get Rambling Again I Hope It Has The Same Impact On Millions Of Others Richard Morrison The Times Uplifting And Inspirational Woman HomeSince Travelling The South West Coastal Path, Raynor Winn Has Become A Regular Long Distance Walker And Writes About Nature, Homelessness And Wild Camping She Lives In Cornwall This Is Her First Book

5 thoughts on “The Salt Path: The Sunday Times bestseller, shortlisted for the 2018 Costa Biography Award & The Wainwright Prize

  1. says:

    I had seen The Salt Path by Raynor Winn in a bookshop in St Ives It appeared to be a book about her and her husband Moth s journey along the South West Coast Path This book is so much than a guidebook or travel log though Their journey begins when they discover that Moth is terminal

  2. says:

    I bought this wonderful book in hardback edition and included it in my 20 Books Of Summer titles to be read Unfortunately life got in the way, didn t complete the challenge but was desperate to read the book Fans of Wild by Cheryl Strayed might also appreciate this bookThere is a saying that h

  3. says:

    I finished this book and found it interesting But half way through I started to find it quite deceptive because the author either has an absolutely incredible memory for minute detail or she was spending a huge amount of time writing the book as they went on their way of which there is no mention whatso

  4. says:

    I have read many books about people s experience of walking the swcp and this is the best Really moving story and the authors description of the coastal environments are exquisite Like the path itself, I wanted to get to the end but didn t want it to actually finish.Superb

  5. says:

    So i live in Cornwall and as an avid reader felt compelled to read this book as it was based on the South West Coastal pathways and the loss of material items with the prospect of loosing her husband also.How disappointed i was on reading this TERRIBLE book, no conversations about his diagnosis, Moth husband barley spoke a

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