A journey from source to sea. Blending fact and fiction, history and hearsay. An ode to the River Exe. From deepest Exmoor to the sea at Exmouth, the Exe courses through vibrant bustling cityscapes and remote moorland wilderness alike, shaping lives and landscapes as it does so.
The river has a million tales to tell. These are a few of them. The new book from the best-selling author of Just off for a Walk and Walk Sleep Repeat.
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This now may favourite walking book
I love all of Stephen Reynolds walking books, as others have said this blends in some fictional interludes. It shouldn’t work, but it really does. I think maybe because of the humorous delivery of the previous books, this book throws up some surprises. At the heart of it, it’s still about walking the River Exe from source to sea, so don’t be put off if you are looking for a good walking narrative, you won’t be disappointed.
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