Book: A Rustle in the Grass by Robin Hawdoncategories: Book, Politics, Brexit, Election, Parliament, Democracy, Current Affairs, Westminster, Tory, Labour, Political Parties, Battle, War, Adventure
Robin Hawdonabout this book: An allegory for the turbulent affairs of humanity on planet Earth. So relevant at this time when in the UK and the USA the political parties are tearing themselves apart in the eternal power struggle. Why cannot the human animal resolve his problems peaceably through civilised negotiation?
• ' ... There are very few books that make me nostalgic for innocence and childhood. This one easily tops the list ... Buy a copy, for yourself, for your kids, for any reason at all. Treasure this.'
• ' ... A fantastic, well-paced, beautifully told story that grows on you more and more the older you get. I liked this better than Watership Down. A great gift to get children into reading ... '
• 'This is one of those books I buy, whenever I see a copy somewhere, just so I can give it to someone or their kid. The story is enchanting, the biology well-used, and the characters are simply unforgettable ... '
• 'I re-read this one every few years, it takes me back - a wellspring for nostalgia and fond remembrances. It's wonderful - a celebration of hope and courage and dignity in the face of destruction ... '
• 'My favourite book until this day ... My teacher asked to borrow the book over the summer. Two years later in our classroom bookshelf there was a 20-copy set of this book for all of the students to read!'
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