Lewis and Harris: Pevensey Island Guides Paperback – 27 Apr 2007
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About the Author
Francis Thompson has written over 30 books since he began writing in 1968, and has contributed to the technical press and a number of Scottish newspapers and magazines. He has held relevant positions of importance such as Secretary of the Stornoway Historical Society and Chairman of the Lewis Museum Trust. Francis lives on Lewis.
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Top Customer Reviews
From the white sands, to the turquoise waters, the green rolling lands, to the jagged rocks, this island is mesmerising with this constantly changing beauty. If that is not enough you have Calanais (Callanish, the Stonehenge of the North). Sorry, Calanais is much older, and stirs the mind and soul in a way Stonehenge never did. When you toss in the other stone circles, Duncarloway broch, here history collides, Bronze Age, Iron age and good golfing!! lol
This is simply a beautiful work, loaded with dozens of brilliant colour photographs covering every aspect of life on Lewis and Harris. A must for someone daring enough to visit, a delight to those you like to visit from their armchair.
Great reference material and some very nice photos in the book.
Made all the difference and ensured we maximised our time to visit some great areas of stunning beauty.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An excellent introduction to the history of the island but no use as an actual guide book. One failing is the lack of a map to show where the sites it shows/mentions are. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris S.
Smashing little book with lovely photos for anyone who loves Scotland and the isles.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I hope to go to the Outer Hebrides sometime in the next year and found this book extremely informative. Well written and illustrated.Published 11 months ago by Martha Ellis