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  • The Stopping Places

    Damian Le Bas
    'I needed to get to the stopping places, so I needed to get on the road. Through winter frosts and summer dawns, from horse fairs to Gypsy churches, neon-lit lay-bys to fern-covered banks, Damian lives on the road, somewhere between the romanticised Gypsies of old, and their much-maligned descendants of today. Learn More
    £14.99 £10.99

  • The Crossway

    Guy Stagg
    Simultaneously a breathtaking account of a physical journey and a memoir about recovering from mental illness. Learn More
    £16.99 £14.44

  • Trans-Europe Express

    Owen Hatherley
    £16.99 £14.44

  • Ground Work

    Tim Dee
    A timely collection of the best British nature writing newly commissioned by one of the great authorities on the subject. Learn More
    £16.99 £14.44

  • Notes from the Cevennes

    Adam Thorpe
    Part celebration of both rustic and urban France, part memoir, Thorpe's humorous and precise prose shows a wonderful stylist at work, recalling classics such as Robert Louis Stevenson's Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes. Learn More
    £16.99 £14.44

  • Islander

    Patrick Barkham
    In this evocative and vividly observed book, Patrick Barkham explores some of the most beautiful landscapes in the British Isles as he travels to ever-smaller islands in search of their special magic. Learn More
    £9.99 £8.49

  • Maps of London and Beyond

    Adam Dant
    A spectacular, large-format collection of Adam Dant's fine art maps giving a unique view of our history and life today. Learn More
    £30.00 £25.50

  • The Immeasurable World: Journeys in Desert Places

    William Atkins
    But for those whose call deserts home, the 'hideous blanks' described by explorers are rich in resources and significance. Travelling to five continents over three years, visiting deserts both iconic and little-known, William Atkins discovers a realm that is as much internal as physical. Learn More
    £20.00 £17.00

  • Flâneuse

    Lauren Elkin
    Flâneuse [flanne-euhze], noun, from French. Feminine form of flâneur [flanne-euhr], an idler, a dawdling observer, usually found in cities. In this gloriously provocative and celebratory book, Lauren Elkin defines her as 'a determined resourceful woman keenly attuned to the creative potential of the city, and the liberating possibilities of a good walk'. Learn More
    £9.99 £8.49

  • The Debatable Land

    Graham Robb
    Sunday Times top-ten bestselling author Graham Robb turns his attention on his homeland for the first time in this beautifully written and ground-breaking book. Learn More
    £20.00 £17.00

  • Me Talk Pretty One Day

    David Sedaris
    * A brilliant, savage, hilarious new collection of writings from David Sedaris - it's as if Garrison Keillor's evil twin meets Woody Allen Learn More
    £8.99 £7.64

  • The Man Who Climbs Trees

    James James Aldred Aldred

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    This book blends incredible stories of scrapes and bruises in the branches with a new way of looking at life high above the daily grind, up into the canopy of the forest. Learn More
    £9.99 £8.49

  • Wild Guide Wales and Marches

    Daniel Start
    Guides you to over 800 secret places and wild adventures, including wild swims, ancient forests, lost ruins and hidden beaches. Including ideas for slow food and rural accommodation. Learn More
    £16.99 £14.44

  • To the River

    Olivia Laing
    An odyssey along the banks of the River Ouse, from source to sea; a profound and haunting reflection on history and landscape by one of the most important writers of modern non-fiction Learn More
    £9.99 £8.49

  • The Discovery of France

    Graham Robb
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    With an introduction by Colm Toibin. In order to discover the 'real' past of France, Graham Robb realised it was not only necessary to go back in time, but also to go at a slower pace than modern life generally allows. The Discovery of France, illuminating, engrossing and full of surprises, is the result of Robb's 14,000 mile journey across France on a bicycle. Winner of both the Duff Cooper and the Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje prizes, The Discovery of France is a modern non-fiction classic, a literary exploration of a remarkable nation. From maps and migration to magic, language and landscape, it reveals a France few will recognize. Learn More
    £9.99 £8.49

  • The Hidden Ways

    Alistair Moffat
    A powerful, surprising exploration of Scotland's landscape and its hidden history Learn More
    £9.99 £8.49

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