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Raynor Winn is the bestselling author of The Salt Path and The Wild Silence. The Salt Path won the inaugural RSL Christopher Bland Prize and was shortlisted for the 2018 Costa Biography Award and the Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize. The Wild Silence was shortlisted for the 2021 Wainwright Prize for Nature Writing. She is a regular long-distance walker and writes about nature, homelessness and our relationship to the land. She lives in Cornwall with her husband Moth.


Raynor Winn has done it again. She's achieved a miracle, defying all odds and walking 1,000 miles with her beloved husband Moth. But she has also given her vast army of fans - both armchair hikers and the real thing - another wondrous book, full of compassion, humour, insights, closeness to nature and true, bloody-minded grit. An inspiration.
*Isabella Tree, author of Wilding*

As well as a portrait of a telepathic marriage of true minds, and a snapshot of a fretful island, this is a soaring lament and a tub-thumping tirade - for all that is being lost, for all that may yet be saved

An inspiring and beautifully written story of hope and healing . . . We, her readers, are privileged to walk alongside her

An inspirational story of love and endurance; of trails offering links to ancient times. But it's clear-eyed, too, on the future we're shaping
*Telegraph, 'Best travel books to buy for Christmas 2022'*

Another heartwarming odyssey, this time on one of the wildest walks in Britain . . . Winn seems to have a bird's-eye view of Britain - a map at her feet, a keen eye for detail, particularly for social injustice. Hers is a voice of empathy and integrity

Fans of The Salt Path will love this moving continuation of Raynor and her husband Moth's journey . . . Alongside beautiful nature writing, there are thought-provoking observations on our countryside and the threat it is under
*Good Housekeeping*

A tale of remarkable resilience and nature writing at its best

Their journey from remote Scotland to the South West coast Path makes for inspiring reading

Each step is recorded in luminous prose

A captivating reflection on nature and the lines that divide and shape countries and people
*Sainsbury's Magazine*

If you enjoyed The Salt Path . . . you'll love Raynor Winn's latest book, Landlines
*Yours Magazine*

The reader . . . may struggle to keep a dry eye

Winn has a gift for making her account profoundly human . . . In exploring what it means to be seeing a landscape possibly for the last time, it achieves moments of rare vision and compassion

If you followed Raynor and husband Moth on The Salt Path, you will thrill to join them on this epic walk, from Scotland's wild and beautiful Cape Wrath Trail. Miracles might just happen when you put your best foot forward
*Saga Magazine*

I like the realism of her writing, about all the practicalities and discomforts, the midge bites, the blisters and the endless comforting cups of tea. All of this is underpinned by the deep love of a long marriage. Winn writes with a personal and passionate appreciation of nature
*Perceptive Travel*

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