The Wanderers: The West Country Trilogy - The West Country Trilogy by Tim Pears
Two teenagers, sentenced to love after being divided by fate, form a separate path in the pre-World War I Devon and Cornwall 1912. Leo on a journey. He is thirteen…
The Wanderers synopsis
Two teenagers, sentenced to love after being divided by fate, form a separate path in the pre-World War I Devon and Cornwall 1912. Leo on a journey.
He is thirteen years old and denies an isolated farm in his childhood, travels through Devon and takes care of berries and sleeps deep. Behind it lies the past, and before it the western country, spreading like a textile.
But the rookie is not lonely for a long time, he tried to do it - and soon the gypsy Leo will take their horses, horses and bright clothes. However he knows that he can not continue, and must head to Penzance, towards the western horizon ...
Lotte at home. Life continues on the estate as usual, but nothing as it was.
Her father is distracted by the promise of new love and Lotty is increasingly absorbed into the natural world: the abundance of wild flowers in the meadow, the habits of predators, and the mysteries of anatomy. Of course, Leo is absent.
How will the young people find each other again? In The Wanderers 'book, Tim Bears' highly acclaimed and intense writing reaches new heights, revealing the beauty and brutality that coexist in nature. All time, research, loaded with raw energy and gentle humor, this is a rare story of adolescence.
Survival; of longing, loneliness and love.
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