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Let your imagination grow and prepare for a thrilling silvan adventure in this remarkable multi-genre collection of tree stories. Look out for love and loss, brace for dystopia and utopia, and jump forwards and backwards in time, but beware as you follow the path through the dark forest, nature can have a sting in its tale. 

Tall Trees Short Stories is a collection of more than 25 extraordinary tales exploring the natural world and our relationship with it, written by environmentalist and celebrated tree author Gabriel Hemery.

©2020 Gabriel Hemery (P)2020 Gabriel Hemery

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  • 17-08-20

Professional tree geek review

A superb book with something for everyone. I’ll be seeking out more books by Gabriel Hemery. I listened over a couple of long car journeys and found the book perfectly engaging. As a life long tree geek it was fantastic to feel and recognise the familiarity of our natural environment in the stories. Some were rather thought provoking, some quite sentimental and endearing. One in particular made me laugh so loud the dog started barking. Only marked down from five stars as one story was a shade on the political side for my taste. Claudia Bay did a wonderful job narrating, a soothing and calming voice which I believe matches the tone of the book perfectly.