"A terrific modern introduction to the Basque Country... succeeds in showing us the complexities of the Basque struggle for identity." -- The Irish Times
"An enthralling homage...deserves to rank as [the] companion of Julio Medem's film, The Basque Ball." -- Sunday Tribune
"Buy this book [even if] you have no intention of ever going but enjoy armchair exploration." -- The Dubliner
"Shrewd and affectionate...full of gems...a splendid portrait of a bewitching land." -- Financial Times
"Woodworth guides us [so that] you want to savour the uniqueness of the Basque country first-hand." -- Sunday Business Post
About the Author
PADDY WOODWORTH has written about the Basque Country for 30 years, and is the author of Dirty War, Clean Hands: ETA, the GAL and Spanish Democracy, described by Paul Preston as "one of the best books ever published on post-Franco Spain".