• “They fly and fly until there's no more ocean to fly over” - a review of the book “Shearwater”

    20 days ago - By 10,000 Birds

    In six or seven months, the “best books of the year” features will come out in the important print and web publications. They will list ten or twenty or fifty titles, and will include, inevitably, Hunter Biden's autobiography, and Volume 12 of Barack Obama's, and other such works.
    But if there is any justice in this world, there will be room on those lists for Shearwater: A Bird, an Ocean, and a Long Way Home , by Roger Morgan-Grenville. It's that good.
    On a day in 1971 - “Day 4233 of my life,” according to his schoolboy journal - Morgan-Grenville saw his first Manx Shearwater. It was Bird...
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