Book review: ‘Ground Work’ by Time Dee (ed.)

Writings on places and people.

Ground WorkThis is my kind of book: a collection of essays by different writers about places that matter to them.

The places in question range from a Devon Village to Liverpool’s famous ‘tipping buckets’, from Arizona to a Norfolk fen, and from the Clifton Suspension Bridge to the Canadian Arctic.

As with all such collections, I enjoyed some of the essays more than others, but the hit-rate was pleasingly high.

A very enjoyable collection.

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By Richard Carter

A fat, bearded chap with a Charles Darwin fixation.