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The Lark Trilogy: Travels in Southern New Zealand

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Three terrific books in one from one of New Zealand's leading natural-history and adventure writers. A quirky character called The Lark is threaded through three of Neville Peat's most highly acclaimed books: The Falcon and the Lark; Coasting: The Sea- Lion and the Lark, and High Country Lark. Whether they are set in Strath Taieri in Otago, along the Otago coastline or in ...more
Kindle Edition, 456 pages
Published October 3rd 2014 by Random House New Zealand
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Bruce
Mar 29, 2015 Bruce rated it really liked it
This trilogy by Neville Peat is composed of three books written some years apart – Coasting, The Falcon & the Lark, and High Country Lark. Peat, a prolific writer, naturalist, and historian, has used as a threading theme the character of an itinerant farm laborer and man of nature, the Lark, to provide a comprehensive picture of the life, history, and natural variety of a portion of New Zealand’s South Island, primarily the region of Otago. The three books work their way westward and present ...more
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