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All Among the Barley, Melissa Harrison

All Among the Barley works best in its intensely-researched descriptions of farming: although prone to words like “Cerulean”, “soughing” and “susurrate”, they bring to poetic life the hard-won knowledge needed to determine when a crop is ripe. The drama of harvest is gripping: temperamental barley can be ruined by a […]

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Clay, Melissa Harrison

An interesting novel about loneliness and our disconnection from nature. It centres on a run down city park and four main characters whose lives intersect through their use of the park. -Goodreads (Catherine, reviewer) Goodreads Reviews Back to Goodreads

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At Hawthorn Time, Melissa Harrison

An exquisite and intimate novel about four people’s lives and our changing relationship with nature—for fans of Jon McGregor and Robert Macfarlane. See more at the New Statesman. Goodreads Reviews Back to GoodReads

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