Wild: An Elemental Journey

Wild: An Elemental Journey - Jay Griffiths Such a difficult book to categorise as it transcends travel and emotion. The book is in sections based on Wild something, e.g. Wild Water and Wild Air and Griffiths had written about her experiences of people and places in these zones. Parts of it were really good, and a delight to read, other parts were tough because of the subject matter.The last part was entitled Wild Mind, and she wrote about her experiences of a separation and the trauma following this.Good at times, but not fantastic

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