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Has had brilliant reader reviews on sites such as Amazon.co.uk, and equally brilliant reviews from newspapers, magazines, radio stations etc.
The latest review is on the Autumn Newsletter of the London Cornish Assoc.
Clive Blake comes from John Betjeman country and Chris Robbins comes from Charles Causley country.
William Blake is one of the countries best loved poets and this book aspires to add a contemporary slant to this Blake legacy.
Clive is a 'Goodreads Author'. You can find out more about Chris, the photographer, on his site.
This book is a very enjoyable read with a great selection of poems, the photographs are very good and the book is popular with visitors.Published on 2 April 2012 by Reviewer from Devon
What a wonderfully put together book, I am so glad I ordered it, friends and family have all enjoyed it - of all ages. Read morePublished on 20 Jun. 2010 by Mr. Ryan J. G. Blewett
This hardback book contains 1 poem and 1 colour photograph on each page, sometimes the photo goes over 2 pages, it's beautifully laid oout and is a lovely good quality book. Read morePublished on 23 May 2010 by An Avid Reader
It's a good book to keep going back to.
A good combination of poems and photographs.
One to recommend.
When's the next one out?
This book is just amazing, it combines beautiful photography and quite brilliant and in some cases "off the wall" poetry. Read morePublished on 8 Dec. 2009 by Mrs. J. Starkey
Read it once, put it on the coffee table and you'll always be dipping into it! The photos match the words.....some sad, some funny and others thought provoking. Read morePublished on 3 Dec. 2009 by Mrs. Cynthia Jenkin
One the most enjoyable poetry books with photos I have come across ever!!!
I would recommend this book to anyone especially for a Christmas or birthday gift.
The book is beautiful, it' perfect for the coffee table, and every one comments on it when they visit. A few of my friends also bought the book, I should be on commission! Read morePublished on 7 Nov. 2009 by R. Blewett
I agree with the review from Mrs M Cole
It's a good read and ideal for dipping into.