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3.0 out of 5 stars
One Sided..., 20 Mar 2010
This is quite an informative book if you are interested in Lewis, however be prepared to be dissapointed if you are interested in Harris. It spends most of its coverage on Lewis and devotes few pages to Harris. We are left with a sense of frustration as the history of Harris is barely mentioned whilst Lewis is dealt with in gushing terms. If the author had difficulty containing all the information within the one book then maybe they should have devoted this one just to Lewis. There are many interesting facts about Harris that were not touched upon and it would have been nice to learn a bit more about the history Harris. If you are interested in Lewis this is a good book to buy...but if you wish to know about Harris then do not bother as it just skims over it....