The WalkAn exploration of the connection between personal history and natural history
In The Walk, William deBuys writes about personal loss and the power of the landscape to nurture the recovery of hope. The book consists of three interrelated essays that move from a period of strife in the author’s life to a kind of limbo and eventually to a place of ...
“DeBuys’ pensive and quiet book offers a way out of despair and toward hope.” — San Francisco Chronicle
"William deBuys’ extended prose-poetic, meditative ramble through the fields and woods of his northern New Mexico home is a rare work of such quiet, lyrical beauty that it needs to be savored.”— Albuquerque Journal
- Seattle Times Bestseller
- Orion Book Award (finalist)
- Southwest Book of the Year