Reviewed in Sporting Press in February 2006
'Accompanied by almost 200 stunning photographs taken by Jill’s husband, David Mason, this book will appeal to many categories of reader. I promise you will not be disappointed.'
Reviewed in Countryman's Weekly in February 2005
'A lively account of the life of this most secretive animal. A must-have for all hare enthusiasts.'
Reviewed by TR of BASC Magazine in October 2005
'This is an excellent book and well worth reading.'
Reviewed in Highland News in March 2005
'That special feeling about the hare comes through time and time again in the book, whether the legends and myths about them are being discussed, or their feeding habits. Some of the photographs are enchanting, others revealing such as the ability of hares to crouch in open forms whatever the weather. The price is worth it just for the photographs. But altogether, it’s a must-have!'
Reviewed by Brian Viner of The Independent in March 2005
'Jill Mason has tackled the subject from every imaginable angle and produced an unexpectedly fascinating book.'