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Between Weathers: Travels in 21st Century Shetland (Non-Fiction) Kindle Edition
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During his stay in Shetland Ron McMillan not only talked to a lot of Shetlanders he also listened to them and the result is an extremely informative and easy read.
I have lived in Shetland for 30 years but still learned things I didn't know and was reminded of things I had forgotten.
A lot of my friends will be getting this book for Christmas if not before.
It's lovely to read about the islands I love from Ron's perception of us all.
I would have loved to see more photgraphs as I know he has some fantastic shots, but a visit to his website helps fulfill that desire.
I look forward to the next trip he writes about - maybe our trip to Faroe?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved reading this book by Ron McMillan, he captures life in the Shetland Isles with a mixture of humour and accuracy.Published 18 days ago by Andrew L.
Plenty to whet the appetite for a trip to the Shetland Isles. A great read, informative and entertaining. Certainly makes one want to visit the islands and explore.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very enjoyable read full of details and interesting anecdotes.Published 7 months ago by C. Cassanell
I don't usually read NF books, but am so glad that I read this book.
It is a warm and highly amusing tale of travels and misadventures in The Shetlands. Read more
Much more than a travel guide, almost an adventure in Scotland 's most northerly islands . The Captivating writing style made this difficult to put down between IslandsPublished on 20 Aug. 2014 by Sluggy Slugmeister
I love Ron McMillan's writing style - laid back and informative. He can paint superb images with words. A rare talent. Read morePublished on 6 Jan. 2014 by Paul J
I found this book dreadful to read. Not informative, very OTT language. I put it down after trying hard to work my way through the first paragraph.Published on 14 Nov. 2013 by Ute
When I read the author biography, I was expecting a bit of an ego trip. I was pleasantly surprised. Read morePublished on 8 Aug. 2013 by Damian Murphy
Ron has that rare ability among travel writers, describing both the place and the people, the history and the geology, with colour, humour and justice. Read morePublished on 4 Jun. 2013 by Sally Adamson Taylor