“In polished, poignant prose, Winn unearths how their adventure heals Moth slowly however certainly, and brings them nearer in combination — touchdown as an inspiring tale of real love.”—Entertainment Weekly
SHORTLISTED FOR THE COSTA BOOK AWARD
A BEST BOOK OF 2019, NPR’s E book Concierge
The real tale of a pair who misplaced the whole thing and launched into a transformative adventure strolling the South West Coast Trail in England
Simply days after Raynor Winn learns that Moth, her husband of thirty- years, is terminally sick, their space and farm are taken away, in conjunction with their livelihood. With not anything left and little time, they make the courageous and impulsive resolution to stroll the 630 miles of the ocean-swept South West Coast Trail, from Somerset to Dorset, thru Devon and Cornwall.
Wearing handiest the necessities for survival on their backs, they are living wild within the historic, weathered panorama of cliffs, sea, and sky. But thru each step, each come across, and each take a look at alongside the best way, their stroll turns into a outstanding and existence-asserting adventure. Powerfully written and unflinchingly fair, The Salt Path is in the long run a portrayal of house—how it may be misplaced, rebuilt, and rediscovered in essentially the most sudden techniques.