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  • He is an illuminating companion…frequently comic, his voice is original and engaging; proof that it is the walker, not the path, that counts.

  • An immensely enjoyable book: curious, articulate, intellectually playful and savagely candid.

    The Spectator
  • He records more than impressions: there are fascinating excursions into neglected areas of British history, and conversations with hippies, travellers and farmers, which makes Mr Thomson’s journey a joy to follow.

    Country Life
  • Often funny and always enlightening

    Candida Lycett Green, Countryfile
  • I would love to walk with Thomson

    John Sutherland, Financial Times

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