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Robert Macfarlane once again leads the way in new naturescience This time he leads us down investigating the world under our feet through caves leads us down investigating the world deep under our feet through caves underground cities burial sites ice holes and L'Architecture Religieuse recreating the darkness claustrophobia and mind bending effect of visiting these hidden and mysterious places He weaves history psychology geology literature mythology and nail biting suspense with the characteristic love of language and adventure which make hisevelations both accessible and inspiring It is a book that demands to be La Peinture Et…#AUTHOR#Gaston Maspero#END# reread at times Macfarlane can overload hiseaders with an incessant flow of ideas and facts although his narrative structure En Grèce et en grande Grèce : Archéologie, espace et sociétés remains strong enough to carry everything he throws at it I found myself staggered by fundamental aspects of our existence on this planet that I had never considered Ultimately the book is a gateway to a world we are only mildly aware of whether we choose to follow Macfarlane down theabbit holes and crevices physically or consult the many Neanderthal (Tempus t. 239) references he provides for further study Macfarlane may have mass appeal but A beautiful gift for the intrepid explorer in your life by one of the most acclaimed and beloved nature writers working today the internationally bestselling prize winning author of Landmarks The Lost Words and The Old WaysA SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERWINNER OF THE WAINWRIGHT PRIZE 2019WINNER OF THE STANFORD DOLMAN TRAVEL BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 2020'You'd be crazy not toead this book' The Sunday TimesA Guardian Best Book of the 21st CenturyIn Underland Robert Macfarlane takes us on a journey into the worlds beneath our feet From the ic. E treats all his work as proper academic esearch and to his great credit he never takes the easy pathBe in no doubt that many books exploring similar territory will follow hot on the heels of Underland but Macfarlane s comprehensive and engrossing volume sets a standard that few will match Macfarlane is one of my favourite authors and he has of my favourite authors and he has wonderful way of giving a sense of place in his descriptive writing In the making for six and a half years this book is well esearched and very informative The author can be a little wordy at times not not so with this offering and diversions into works of others are well balanced so the Carthage reader is not taken away from the main points I d say there is no earth shattering new information within the pages but perhaps much will be new for generaleaders This is certainly not my favourite book by Macfarlane and I have Histoire de la conquête du Pérou, tome 1 : La découverte de l'Empire Inca read them all but it is a goodead although I did find some chapters better than others Perhaps if you are claustrophobic by nature you ll find some of the adventures difficult to ead as the author crawls through some coffin. E blue depths of Greenland's glaciers
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the underground networks by trees communicate from Bronze Age burial chambers to the ock art of The Ghost Fields: The Dr Ruth Galloway Mysteries 7 remote Arctic sea caves this is a deep time voyage into the planet's past and future Global in its geography gripping in its voice and haunting in its implications Underland is a work of hugeange and power and a emarkable new chapter in Macfarlane's long term exploration of landscape and the human heartSHORTLISTED FOR THE RSL ONDAATJE THE RSL ONDAATJE 2020 'Macfarlane has invented a new kind of book.
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Like spaces and in the case of adventures under the city of Paris I did wonder for what The Great Leveler: Violence and the History of Inequality from the Stone Age to the Twenty-first Century reason he put himself through it but I guess it takes all kinds I felt the prints did add to the sense of the areas being described Well wortheading but not uite worth five stars to my mind Having Comment présenter sa généalogie ? read all of Macfarlane s other books andeally loved them I have been waiting for this title to come out for some time Well worth the wait Written with Macfarlane s usual engaging style Prose that often verges on poetry Informativeand new concepts are written in a way that does not talk down to the eader but imparts the new ideas in a clear and inclusive way And as usual with Macfarlane books you are uickly drawn in and time whizzes past and many pages are consumed at a single sitting Also plenty of insightful notes and many listings of essays and papers to hunt out and pursue if that s what takes your fancy For me that s one if the many joys of a Macfarlane book links to other authors and other books and information Get a copy of thus book now and start your dark journey down to the Underland. Really a new genre entirely' The Irish Times'He is the great nature writer and nature poet of this generation' Wall Street Journal 'Macfarlane has shown how utterly beautiful a brilliantly written travel book can still be' Observer on The Old Ways'Irradiated by a profound sense of wonder Few books give such a sense of enchantment; it is a book to give to many and to eturn to Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love repeatedly' Independent on Landmarks'It sets the imagination tinglinglikeeading a prose Odyssey sprinkled with imagist many and to Qui étaient nos ancêtres ? return toepeatedly' Independent on Landmarks'It sets the imagination tinglinglike Evisa et le Sia, à travers la généalogie de familles, XVIe - XIXe reading a prose Odyssey sprinkled with imagist The Sunday Times on The Old Ways.