Synopses & Reviews
Michael Roads had always been close to nature, but when a river started talking to him, he began to doubt his sanity. A series of encounters with the natural world followed, and Roads began to listen -- and let go. He found himself led stage by stage to a final wisdom, remarkable in its simplicity and in its message of hope for humanity. This book, a bind-up of his two best-known works, beautifully articulates that message.
Key NotesNature speaks in this book that "reads like a synthesis of Walden and The Secret Life of Plants" (East West Journal)