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  • Lively, enchanting and deeply serious...Abounds in wonderful descriptions of her intimate relationships with plant-life, and in seascapes...Extremely funny

  • Hilarious, heartwarming and movingly honest. This is a book about self-exile and creation that only a poet could write

    Adam Thorpe
  • I loved the comments about English gardening as preposterous, and her ability to conjure so much out of so little without ever leaving her garden... Truly wonderful

    Gerard Woodward
  • Lyrical and pithy, full of wry humour, yet weightier than most fat tomes, The Price of Water in Finistère is a book about the past and the state of the world we have created... I adored it

    Lisa Appignanesi

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