"Beautiful book…Cracking photos…Daniel Hume’s book is part manual, part art, part spiritual movement" (Trail Magazine)
"enthusiastic exploration of fire" (Compass Magazine)
"A practical and globe-trotting account of fire making around the world. This elegantly illustrated, cloth bound book conjures the joy of tinder, spark and ember" (National Geographic online)
"The natural progression from … candle-filled hygge" (Guardian)
"A beautifully produced guide to making fire" (The Bookseller)
About the Author
Daniel Hume is an instructor at Ray Mears' Woodlore School of Wilderness Bushcraft, having served since 2006, and is an expert on bush craft and the art of survival in the wild.
The art of making and keeping a fire has been Daniel’s greatest passion from a young age.
Daniel has made it his mission to travel the world and learn first-hand how tribesmen in remote places build fires key to their survival and existence.
In his quest he has mastered some of the most extraordinary native fire-making techniques from across the globe.