Ben Crane is a photographer, falconer and art teacher. This is his first book.
'A powerful story [...] of the ties that bind us, both to nature and our own families' TLS. '[Ben Crane] writes wonderfully about the natural world; he has a keen and sharp eye, alert to find detail and beauty that most of us might miss' Church Times Books of the Year. 'Crane, who has Asperger's Syndrome, dove-tails his descriptions of his falconry with those of another challenging aspect of his life - fatherhood. So we have parallel journeys' Shropshire Star. 'One of the most talked-about books of 2018' Shropshire Star & Wolverhampton Express and Star. 'I was moved to tears by Ben Crane's beautiful memoir. Diagnosed with Asperger syndrome in his 40s, he recounts his struggles to reconnect with the son he thought he had lost' Good Housekeeping.