Reviews

  • A wonderfully subtle and ambitious book

    P.D. Smith, Guardian
  • Insightful and intoxicating. Vybarr Cregan-Reid's book makes you take your shoes off and run through a world of ideas about nature.

    Lynne Truss
  • Delightful

    The Times Literary Supplement
  • Footnotes is a blazing achievement.

    Kate Norbury, Caught by the River
  • Few have done it so artfully and completely.

    Oliver Balch, Literary Review
  • Here is a book in which the striding energy of the prose matches its subject.

    Iain Sinclair
  • Wonderfully authoritative vindication of what ought to be a self-evident truth: that running should be about being alive, not being a consumer.

    Richard Askwith - author of Running Free: A Runner’s Journey Back to Nature
  • It’s hard to imagine a more compelling or poetic running companion than Vybarr Cregan-Reid. He inspires us not just to run, but to be truly alive while we are doing it.

    Scarlett Thomas
  • A brilliant, broad-ranging and beautiful book. Like a great run into a wild landscape, it opens the heart and the mind, taking you off into the unknown, delighting at every turn and returning you changed for the better.

    Rob Cowen - author of Common Ground

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