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  • In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick has written a gloriously unclassifiable book, a manifesto-adventure-exploration-reflection that manages to be political, passionate, perceptive – and very funny

    Robert Macfarlane
  • A requiem, a call to arms and a delighted amble along a hedge: a kind, wise, angry, jolly and mournful book, as rumbustiously readable as it is urgently important

    Charles Foster, author of Being a Beast
  • Part discovery, part wonderment, both a travel narrative and a scientific exploration, Linescapes could change the way we perceive our land and its inhabitants forever

    Miriam Darlington, author of Otter Country
  • A fascinating work of landscape detection based on entirely straight journeys

    Stephen Moss, Best Nature Books of 2017, Guardian
  • Eye-opening and inspiring. Linescapes has utterly transformed my vision of the British countryside. Hugh Warwick offers a compelling primer for rethinking and rewilding our fragmented natural world.

    Roman Krznaric, author of Empathy and Carpe Diem Regained

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