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➽ [Reading] ➿ Threads By William Henry Searle ➲ – Crezy-man.co A lyrical journey through life love and natureWeaving together personal stories Threads deals with the meanings of intimacy vulnerability and our affinities with people and places both wild and tame IA lyrical journey through life love and natureWeaving together personal stories Threads deals with the meanings of intimacy vulnerability and our affinities with people and places both wild and tame It is a deep exploration of the encounters tha.

T lend quiet networks of grace to our busy livesWilliam Henry Searle casts an eye back to episodes spent in close and tender relationships with members of his family childhood friends animals and loved ones in places that range from his father?.

threads mobile Threads KindleT lend quiet networks of grace to our busy livesWilliam Henry Searle casts an eye back to episodes spent in close and tender relationships with members of his family childhood friends animals and loved ones in places that range from his father?.

Hardcover  Õ Threads Epub Û

Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û

9 thoughts on “Threads

  1. Nathalie keepreadingbooks Nathalie keepreadingbooks says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads Kindlethank you to Penguin Random House for my uncorrected proof copyI always find it difficult to write not so favourable reviews especially if I am gifted a copy of the book but honesty must always prevail I struggled a lot with this one Its premise is right up my street – nature writing memoir the threads that bind us all together This book is essentially a collection of small moments memories throughout the author’s life that in some way are meaningful to the way he perceives the world and those around him I knew from the first few pages


  2. Lucie Lucie says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads Kindle“The commonplace is sometimes the most extraordinary place we could ever be” Not only is this sentence both so simply put and incredibly powerful at the same time but it also nicely sums up the message of this book At any one given moment in time whether that be at the top of Snowdon or in a scrap yard with our parents we are connected to nature and those connections are spellbinding It is as if these single moments last a lifetime and can change your entire perception of the world Threads in broken into 4 seasons each full of eloquently written poems and prose that are all devastatingly beautiful The imagery has a natural flow so neatly mimicking what it is describing Searle brings beauty into the everyday life in a way that is so personal yet doesn’t feel invasive at all Instead the language i


  3. Nina Nina says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads KindleThe commonplace is sometimes the most extraordinary place we could ever be'Threads by William Henry Searle is a beautiful collection of prose and poetry divided into seasons He looks back at episodes in his life time with his family friends beloved animals in places that range from his father’s scrap metal yards to the jungles of Borneo an Oregon river and the Swiss Alps Time spent with his wife Amy during a brief respite from bipolar feeling the kicks of th


  4. Amena Amena says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads KindleI would love to write a glowing review for this book After all it does have a shiny cover in real life which is pretty gor geous Unfortunately that won't be happening 🙊 When I read nonfiction I have to connect with the writing in some way or another On second thoughts I guess that comes with all the books we read Searle writes personal stories about everyday life and the impact it has on us This one is described as 'a lyrical journey through life love and nature' I was really looking forward to it However as you may have gathered I struggled with this one The language is flowery and fluffy I skim read a lot of it The book is divided in seasons and includes pictures too Searle writes about his wife's miscarriage her bipolar and a friend's injury His focus is on capturing what's real and reducing our reliance on technology trying to make sure we don't lose what's natural to us I wish I didn't find it


  5. Natalia Clarke Natalia Clarke says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads KindleI tried to persevere with this book but I had to put it aside after a while I agree with other reviews on the language being 'flowery' I don't personally like the word and don't believe it is necessarily a bad thing and think actually it is a natural writing style of this author BUT it is hard to read and follow when nearly every sentenceword is a metaphor a symbol a strong emotion I felt I needed a rest from it or a break It hits you in places than others but requires a constant concentration and processing of all the complexities that are within metaphors and languagr used Quite exhausting to read I am afraid I am g


  6. Chantal Lyons Chantal Lyons says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads KindleA meditative and rewarding but sometimes strenuous readSearle writes beautifully and he isn't afraid to stride into the weather and the wilds He covers many things his wife's pregnancy a tree a sparrow an island of mysterious animal calls his father's scrap yard There are some moments of pure literary astonishment like the


  7. Adam Johnson Adam Johnson says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads KindleThis is a wonderful little book filled with vulnerability and aching portraits of landscapes and the people within them Beautiful poetic writing perhaps as uneven as any book of words teased out into imagery riven through with the ache of sadness of the daughter who was still born during the course of writing the bookAt times slow reading at times luminous this is some gorgeous writing


  8. Richard Jones Richard Jones says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads KindleThreads was recommended to me by a friend with similar interests in nature This book moved me incredibly the descriptive passages of connections with family and to the natural environment is thoroughly absorbing William captures these relationships beautifully in his unique and profound use of language A magical read


  9. thehalcyondaysofsummer thehalcyondaysofsummer says:

    Hardcover Õ Threads Epub Û threads mobile, Threads KindleOpening lines ‘The curling of my wife’s salt flecked hair in the south west wind the glimmer of relief in her eyes’


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