Reviews

  • The power of Hoffman's book lies in the reporting: he doesn't deal - as many environmentalists do - in generalities and alarmist warnings about what lies ahead for the world, but in the specifics of the here and now.

    Evening Standard
  • An impassioned account of the importance of Nature in our lives, and a timely reminder of the need to take action in the face of unprecendented destruction of the natural world.

    The Countryman
  • If the pen really is mightier than the sword, then Julian Hoffman is a knight errant, looking for trouble, a champion of underdogs.

    Caught by the River
  • A passionate and lyrical work of reportage and advocacy.

    Guardian
  • Lyrical and hugely intelligent

    New Statesman
  • A powerful, tender, inspiring clarion call to save the places that matter, right across the globe.

    Nature's Home
  • A powerful hymn to humanity engaging with nature...[a] remarkable, illuminating book.

    Irish Times
  • if you read one book this year, make it Julian Hoffman's Irreplaceable

    Shiny New Books