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Picking up on the mention of the Hippisley Cox book in another thread, an up-to-date companion can be found in the shape of Hugh Thomson's 'The Green Road Through The Trees' (Windmill Books paperback) an account of a walk the length of the Icknield Way taking in all the usual landmarks, not just the Neolithic/Iron Age ones. Whilst not exclusively concerned with TMA topics/sites and containing a lot of stuff about himself and his influences it's a good read because he's an engaging writer and it's the sort of book that makes you want to get out there and see these places. TMA and Julian get a mention, proving that his and the book's soul are in the right place.


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Posted by ironstone
9th January 2014ce
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