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Honey from Stone Paperback – 22 Apr 1997


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A beautiful book that is well worth reading. -- Irish Echo

An entrancing meditation on stones and stars and mossy ruins -- San Francisco Chronicle

Lovely essays brimming with nature mysticism -- Kirkus Review

This is the work of one who, besides being a science professor, is a true poet. -- Publishers Weekly

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8ef7981c) out of 5 stars 8 reviews
25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8ee5e75c) out of 5 stars passionate, mystical, scientific, intellectual, inspired 13 July 2008
By Tom Randall - Published on Amazon.com
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Honey From Stone is one of the finest books I have ever read. It engaged me at so many levels such as the ones the title of this review suggests. Raymo is a polymath with a mystical bent. His approach to the universe is one of awe, a response which is passed along to the reader with tremendous success. It makes no pretense at being the kind of mystical babble suggested by authors such as Castenada. Rather, it is a book marked by sharp and passionate involvement with the world in which the author, a scientist by profession, lives. I can't praise it highly enough. I have passed my recommendations and enthusiasm (and copies) of the book to several friends. Their response was one of joy and appreciation at being introduced to Raymo's world. Please buy this book and savor it for all that it has to offer on so many levels.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By lmgate - Published on Amazon.com
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I thoroughly enjoy Chet Raymo's style. He begins with a place and what he notices, then uses his knowledge of the universe and biology to describe and quite poetically lead the reader through the place with him. He is enthralled with the micro details and the macro patterns...always writing with the enthusiam of awe and the curiosity of a scientist. Love it along with other books he's written!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e9d2e04) out of 5 stars Less a search for God than a paean of praise 9 July 2013
By KAY AUGUSTINE - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoyed the book very much, but I think the subtitle is misleading. It seems to me that Raymo is less "searching for God" than wishing to answer St. Lawrence's question, "Whom should I adore, the Creator of the creature?" which Raymo does implicitly throughout the book and explicitly and profoundly in his final chapter, "Compline."
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8ef7d0d8) out of 5 stars Buy this book 30 May 2010
By Joe Nash - Published on Amazon.com
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Buy this book. Written in beautiful, meaningful prose it is full of learning and wisdom and you can't ask for more than that. There is no need to know the area Chet Raymo traverses as the wonders and insights he imparts are not tied to a locality. You can read this in a city street and it will feel as if you are there anyway. Wonderful.
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By I. N. Jensen - Published on Amazon.com
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A wonderful and poetic book about the universe, the religion and the beautiful stones and hills of Kerry. Staying for a months as an artist in residency in a old historic stone cottages on the Atlantic coast in Kerry, this book by Chet Raymo, became my favorite book and kept inspire me, was my daily nectar in this splendid spot in the universe.
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