*An Amazon Best of the Month Pick*
“The book is an amiable ramble outdoors, with Offerman sharing his assorted experiences in the wild and his musings on nature, land use, labor, agriculture and community.”
“Honest-to-God advice about how to enjoy nature.”
“Offerman brings dry humor and a reverence for nature and physical labor to his growing understanding of capitalist and colonial horrors, all while maintaining hope for the future.”
“A timely hybrid travelogue/manifesto about the utter importance of touching grass, and so much more.”
“A great mix of wit and perceptive observation from travels in the United States and the United Kingdom…with a surprising amount of history, nature, and ecology thrown in.”
“Laced with humor, intellect and fierce passion, Where the Deer and the Antelope Play is an entertaining getaway to a variety of unexpected American vistas.