Reviews

  • A beautiful, gentle exploration of the dark season of life and the light of spring that eventually follows

    Raynor Winn, bestselling author of The Salt Path
  • Katherine May thoughtfully examines the emotional, spiritual, and geographical reality of the cold times, the dark days, and those periods of our lives when things are neither soft nor easy. In so doing, she offers a great and humane service to her readers: she shows us that wintering cannot be avoided, but need not be feared.

    Elizabeth Gilbert
  • Wise, radical and comforting. It's a refreshing, original way of looking at winter, both the season and the winterings that happen in all of our lives. A thought-provoking joy to read.

    Lucy Jones, author of Losing Eden
  • An elegant investigation into the consolations of nature and how it can be wonderfully restorative even on the bleakest of days

    Sunday Express
  • [A] sympathetic memoir ... May recounts how she attempted to embrace rather than resist the gloom and chill of winter ... she radiates sincerity and quiet self-knowledge

    TLS

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