Night Owl Book Club - The Salt Path
Night Owl Books

Night Owl Book Club - The Salt Path

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Join us for the first of our Night Owl book club events for The Salt Path, on Thursday, 14th July, at 8pm.

We'll be meeting in a small group to discuss Raynor Winn's best-selling memoir The Salt Path - read more about the book below!

Tickets include a copy of the book (RRP £9.99), plus a cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee (decaff available!) to enjoy as we talk about this fascinating read. 

Select 'local collection' to pick up your copy from Night Owl. Alternatively please select a Royal Mail option, and I'll arrange for a copy to be shipped straight to you. 

- I already have a copy of The Salt Path - is it possible to get a ticket without the book?

No problem! Please let me know by writing a note when adding the ticket to your cart (click 'Add a note to your order', and write a message in the box before checking out). You'll receive a credit of £9.99 to spend on another book of your choice at Night Owl, or if you purchased your copy directly from Night Owl, please mention this in the note and I'll refund the price of the ticket for you.

- Where will we be meeting?

The event will be held at Night Owl Books, 1 Bridge Street, East Linton, EH40 3AG.

We'd like to attend as a couple and share a copy of the book - is that possible?

Of course! Please let me know by writing a note when adding the ticket to your cart, and you can pick up one copy of the book from Night Owl and receive a credit of £9.99 to spend on another book/gift of your choice.

About the book:

In one devastating week, Raynor and her husband Moth lost their house and received a terminal diagnosis. With nowhere to call home, they embarked on a journey along the South West Coast Path, a 630-mile sea-swept trail from Somerset to Dorset via Devon and Cornwall, carrying the essentials for survival on their backs. An unflinchingly honest and life-affirming true story about coming to terms with grief, the healing power of nature, and how home can be rediscovered in the most unexpected way.

Softcover, 320 pages, published 2019.

A note on Covid precautions: if you can, please take a lateral before attending, and if you feel unwell on the day, please err on the side of caution. We will aim for the event to be fully in-person but will be as flexible as possible will hybrid arrangements if needed.