Wickerby: An Urban Pastoral - Charles Siebert
Connecting city and country. Insightful, and even gripping; the author's emotions are close to the surface, and he tells the experiences well, how his life in the cabin in the woods is something that allows him to understand his city life, and the human condition, balanced between the need to get away from the non-human, and a counterbalancing longing for something vague we always feel we've lost.

Possibly the most revelatory book I've read this year.