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I have to say that, having read a lot of GMB's books recently, this felt a bit thin. In particular, there was so much here was in fact directly quoted from his own autobiography... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Miso
Very interesting and well written book. |I was recommended this book by a writer friend. I would certainly recommend it to my friensPublished 14 months ago by K. Way
Perhaps I am being unfair to Maggie Ferguson. Her understanding of George Mackay Brown gets beneath his veneer but she does so in a language which does not do him justice. Read morePublished 18 months ago by R G Coppen
For the Islands he Sings! Brilliant book by a brilliant author which takes you into the heart and soul of the Scottish Islands ... I would recommend!Published on 7 May 2013 by Wordcatcher Colin Demét
Maggie Fergusson has painted a vivid picture both of the man humself and the landscape that shaped him. I recommend this book.Published on 17 Mar. 2013 by pammie
George Mackay Brown was fortunate in having such a sympathetic biographer.
Others who were not so close to him or under his spell might have tempted to try and find out... Read more
Having read and enjoyed two of GMB's books - An Orkney Tapestry and A Calendar of Love some 20 years ago, I was delighted to receive this book as a birthday present. Read morePublished on 12 Jun. 2010 by Mr. Jonathan Atkinson