A fascinating journey through the language of nature and the secrets of water From Sussex to Oman, through the frozen mysteries of Antarctica and exotic Polynesia, the adventurer and explorer Tristan Gooley reveals the secrets of lakes, rivers and oceans that discovered during his pioneering expeditions, and invites us to join him on a dazzling journey through the secrets of "blue gold." Water surrounds us and gives us life, and is part of us. Part adventure book and part literary and philosophical essay, How to Read Water is an amazing modern guide to connecting with nature and a celebration of curiosity and knowledge. The reader has in his hands a happy mix of travel, science and culture. A work, in short, essential for all nature lovers.