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Kindle ´ Threads Author William Henry Searle ß William Henry Searle Swiss AlpsIn thoughtful elegant prose Searle celebrates the uiet conversations that nourish us and the everyday patterns of connection that give meaning to our human existenceAn exceptionally rich celebration of the natural world by turns rapturous and melancholy and often – in strikingly original ways – both at the same time SIR ANDREW MOTIO Threads 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 uniue and profound use of language A magical read

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Threads Author William Henry Searle Book ☆ ¾ William henry searle ¾ ❮Reading❯ ➵ Threads ➭ Author William Henry Searle – Touching and on occasion profoundly moving The connections and affinities that fill this book enliven enlighten and delight STEPHEN Touching and on occasion profoundly moving The connections and affinities that fill this book enliven enlighten and delight STEPHEN FRY A lyrical journey through life love and nature Weaving 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 “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 elouently 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 is welcoming delicately written and thoughtfulThe word ‘Threads’ is the title of the book mentioned multiple times throughout and I believe could have multiple images to different people I like to imagine a piece of thread hanging loosely off a piece of clothing It is proudly independent from the rest yet it is still connected to them creating one giant piece of fabric This is fundamental structure; each story is independent yet when threaded together and read as a whole creates this narrative of companionship with the natural world and how it connects people to others and the environment We are all connected by threads; these threads being love and intimacy for example that we as a human race need to work on strengthening I found it hard to put my feelings into words how beautifully written this book is because I’ve never read anything like it I therefore would like to thank Ellie at Penguin Random House for sending me this advanced copy and enlightening me to this whole new world of literature

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Threads Author William Henry SearExploration of the encounters that lend uiet 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’s scrap metal yards to the jungles of Borneo an Oregon river and the I 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 reuires a constant concentration and processing of all the complexities that are within metaphors and languagr used uite exhausting to read I am afraid I am glad I tried it as it is unsual in structure and language and think the writer is a great feeler and a storyteller I might try it again after a while