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25th October 2021. Boundary Songs: Notes from the Edge of the Lake District National Park.

David Banning's Boundary Songs reviewed by Geoff Cox, author of Traceless.

It's the Lake District, but not in the way so many guidebooks and other literature portray it. A realist view from the fringes towards the Lakes' romantic centre.

31st August 2021. Snow, Dog, Foot.

A review of Snow, Dog, Foot by Tim Woods, author of Twisted Mountains.

The icy oblivion of the Alps seen through the eyes of a hermit.

First published in 2015, Neve, Cane, Piede is Claudio Morandini's sixth book. A literary phenomenon, top-five Italian bestseller, it won the Procida-Elsa Morante-Isola di Arturo prize in 2016. It has been translated into French, Spanish, Turkish and now English by Pierene Press.

14th May 2021. First on the Rope.

Our first review, the beginning of an occasional series.

This one is of the classic of French mountaineering literature First on the Rope by Roger Frison-Roche, translated by Janet Adam-Smith.