The New Wilderness

As this community navigates a changing terrain and their own emotional landscapes, Diane Cook incorporates the whole of human experience.

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Review of ‘The New Wilderness’

Bea hunches over the earth, burying her stillborn daughter. She’s broken with grief, even for this child she did not want, whom she couldn’t envision bringing into such a hopeless world. But there’s no time to linger, as Bea lives in the wilderness. Animals are circling, hoping to find food for their own young, and…

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