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On the Red Hill

Mike Parker

On the Red Hill

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Awdur: Mike Parker

ISBN: 9781786090492 
Dyddiad Cyhoeddi: 04 Chwefror 2020
Cyhoeddwr: Random House, Llundain
Fformat: Clawr Meddal, 198x130 mm, 416 tudalen
Iaith: Saesneg

Mae On The Red Hill yn ddathliad o drai a llanw'r tymhorau, o newid parhaus y tirwedd ac o deulu. Dyma hunangofiant amhlaenog am gariad, derbyniad, darganfod cartref ac am rym achubol natur.

Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Mike Parker is a writer and broadcaster. His books to date include Map Addict and the Rough Guide to Wales. He writes for publications including the Guardian and the Sunday Times, and presents on radio and television.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
A multi-layered memoir of love, acceptance, finding home and the redemptive power of nature. In the early 2000s Mike Parker and his partner Peredur (Preds) moved into a small village in remote West Wales. A few weeks after arriving, they met Reg and George, a couple for over sixty years, who had arrived in the village at a time when their relationship could have landed them in prison. The four men became acquaintances, and over the years, firm friends. When Reg and George died, within a few weeks of each other, Mike and Preds discovered that they had been left their home - a whitewashed 'house from the children's stories', buried deep within the hills. All four men had arrived at the house following different paths. All four shouldn't have stayed. But they did. On The Red Hill tells the story of Rhiw Goch, the Red Hill, but also the story of a community, and of a remarkable relationship blossoming against the backdrop of rural life. On The Red Hill celebrates the ebb and flow of seasons, of ever-changing landscapes, and the family (both beloved and infuriating) that you find when you least expect it. Taking the four seasons, the four elements and four extraordinary individuals as his structure, Mike Parker creates a lyrical but clear-eyed exploration of the natural world, one's place in it, and what it means to find a home.