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    A moving 21st century Cathy Come Hom

    Well, what can I say, this is an amazing first book. It tells the bitter sweet, true, story of one couple's courageous solution to the cruel hand that fate dealt them. It is, however, not just a very frank account of their troubles and the practicalities of shedding almost everything that we take for granted, but it is also a very beautifully written observation both of nature and modern society. Every MP in Westminster should read this book and examine their conscience as to why the state safety net allows so many people to fall through and, more importantly, start mending those holes.
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    Take a walk with Ray and Moth

    Although this book starts with Ray and Moth losing everything, it is an uplifting story about resilience and fortitude, with lively anecdotes about the people and places along the coastal path. Ray thoughtfully illustrates that, losing everything, she becomes a blank page for a new life to be written.
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    Salted.

    From the very beginning I knew this was going to be an emotional and hard read but I read it within two days anyway. I laughed, wept, and felt I walked the path right alongside Raynor and Moth. I crossed my fingers, cheered them on, and hoped. The Salt Path is a moving story of love, loss, hope, and healing found in nature and the wilderness along a coastal path. It’s a story that will stay with me a for a lifetime, etched into my heart. Thank you Raynor, for sharing your story and allowing us a glimpse into the most vulnerable time in yours and your husbands lives. I wish I could give you both the biggest, and the warmest of hugs. You’re an inspiration to me, and to many others.
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    The Salt Path

    Couldnt put the book down Inspirational.To be dealt such a crushing blow to then go on and walk the coastal path with so little money.
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    Uplifting but irritating at the same time

    I think i may be in a minority (though my book club pretty much agreed) that this is a good read but we found the couple somewhat naive. So uplifting in some ways but irritating as well! Also this idea that they were old is nonsense - they are around 50 so not old at all as far as i'm concerned. We also would have liked more characterisation of Moth.
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