Shining Agnes was a snail and is beloved of my protagonist,who, since I created her, is part of me. This has made things a bit tricky as far as my allotment is concerned. If I don’t want to be a hypocrite, should I not be protecting the snails that devour my cabbages instead of surreptitously scattering slug pellets? Oh, the moral dilemmas that an author, inadvertently, sets up for herself. OK. I’ll come clean. I scatter slug pellets. The book also discloses the spiritual side of compost. I’m safe here. Compost, especially when created from household organic material, is as moral as can be. Spiritual, though? Read the book and see what you think.
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