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"A brilliant, candid and heartfelt memoir...The account of how he broke free of depression, reshaped his life and reconnected with the wild becomes nothing short of a manifesto for living...Mabey's particular vision, informed by a lifetime's reading and observation, is ultimately optimistic. It is also what makes his voice so appealing amid all the froth and flam of the eco-debate" (Philip Marsden Sunday Times)
"A book of which only he could have written a single page...marvellously observed, deeply felt from sentence to sentence. The writing is exquisite" (David Sexton, Evening Standard)
"Subtle, devotional, poetic" (Observer)
"Rich, invigorating and deeply restorative" (Irish Times)
"Nature Cure moves between the nervous breakdown of an individual and the madness of the modern world with a prescience akin to that of T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land" (Jonathan Bate Guardian)
"Mabey is a radical, inheritor of an old English tradition...The core of the book is his exploration of his new landscape. It feels a privilege to share it, watching him unpick the layers of watery Norfolk, with dazzling skill and the warmest of hearts, as his troubled mind heals" (Michael McCarthy Independent)
"Written in the radiant, tingle-making prose that has earned Mabey literary prizes and a multitude of fans... both a wake-up call and an example of how the love of nature can electrify and heal the imagination." (Val Hennessy Daily Mail)
"An inspiring book" (Nicholas Bagnall Sunday Telegraph)
"Britain's greatest living nature writer" (The Times)
'Britain's greatest living nature writer' (The Times) describes how he conquered clinical depression through his re-awakened love of nature.See all Product Description
Richard Mabey writes a brilliant book about his journey back to himself through a reconnection with nature, I loved this.Published 1 month ago by SpiraGrafik
Very thoughtful read. I would recommend on literary merit and insight into our relationship with nature - not as expected.Published 5 months ago by John
An uplifting account of a challenging time in the author's life, in which he reconnects with himself through the natural world.
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Every bookcase should have a copy. Life cannot be viewed the same way after reading. An eye and mind opener. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Linda M beresford
An egotistical and self-opinionated book, yet it still gave moments of insight and pleasure. On the whole I enjoyed it.Published 13 months ago by Reginald Blundell
Beautifully written with so much knowledge about English flora and fauna, made me feel really stupid at times not being able to identify all these birds and trees and bushes and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kindle Customer
We had it for years but our daughter took it with her when she married. So we had to buy it again !Published 18 months ago by O. Roucoux
Bought as a gift for a friend. He is delighted. Many thanks. Please note - I have already sent this feedbackPublished on 2 Oct. 2013 by dizzy
All the books listed below were ordered so that I would have them for travelling and when on holiday. Read morePublished on 14 Sept. 2013 by Searcher