Nettle-Eater – Tom Hirons


Words of wilderness, moorland and spirit.

‘Living wild on Dartmoor, a man eats only nettles. His body disappears; he learns to fly. He encounters demigods and eloquent trees. He is Nettle-Eater, crooked, arrogant, self-proclaimed bastard of the moor. This is his testament. By the author of Sometimes a Wild God.’

‘You were never more lost than you are now, if you cannot reach out, touch the wild earth and weep…’

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