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The Ghost of William Feargach by E. Elizabeth Watson
The Ghost of William Feargach by E. Elizabeth Watson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a great book, I feel the description might put men or others off as this is not simple historical romance. The details and style of the writing is superb,especially for a (for me unheard of before)new author. The binding of the UK book, well the spine is not big enough for the leaves. This needs to be attended to as this is a great book that will be re-read and passed around. Already people asking to have a it as part of a pub book reading, real ale, real fire and a wonderful story.

To summarise, this is a cut above the rest, the research is precise but not overbearing and the style flows well and without pretension.

Would recommend to anyone who likes a well… Read more
Early Christian Thought and the Classical Traditio&hellip by Henry Chadwick
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
As usual Chadwick's scholarship is astounding but severely let down by the shoddy way this piece of work has been put together. Badly cut, low quality paper which has fallen apart after one read through.

Not worth the price in its current housing.
Nemesius: On the Nature of Man (Translated Texts f&hellip by Philip Van Der Eijk and R. W. Sharples
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A very good translation of Nemesius with a useful and in depth introduction. Clear and well translated, this is a must for anyone interested in the Church writings and/or the history of medicine. A remarkable book that suprises as much as it edifies.