Six geese-a laying?
Easy, there's only one book for today.
Names in comments for one of four prize draw copies of The Snow Geese by William Fiennes if you missed out last time, and still happen to be one of the four people in the world who haven't read William's amazing account of his journey following the migrating snow geese across the United States and up to their summer breeding grounds on Baffin Island in Canada.
'The Snow Geese settled into a gentle and rhythmical octet of storytelling , eight alternating parts, journey – sojourn and finally a homecoming for both the geese as they arrive in Foxe Land and for Will as he contemplates what home means
‘Not all returns are retreats, and if I wanted to go home, it wasn’t a dream of escape, it was because love can’t exist without the pain of separation, and so much of what I loved was there.’