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Read This | Homesick: Why I Live in a Shed by Catrina Davies


In a society that increasingly fetishises being busy, are we wrong to want to live our lives on our own terms? Is this even possible? 

By: Carly Klineberg,   1 minute

The wild north coast of Cornwall is the magnetic backdrop for the defiant exploration of these questions, where the disparity between house prices and the average wage is a gaping chasm. 

This timely book is a lucid portrait of a young woman’s struggle to find home and meaning that will resonate with a generation, addressing a gnawing unease about the choices we make and the lives we lead.

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Carly Klineberg is a writer, content consultant and long time League of Strangers resident.

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