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Top customer reviews
Well worth reading - I couldn't wait to find out more.
As I have an interest in family history myself I found the details of the research interesting too but the DNA stuff went over my head a bit.
Would recommend it though.
Particularly refreshing, in a genealogy account is the separate historical story encompassing a dramatic period in Scottish History that coincides with Ryan Littrell's research of his forebears. The author has captured the essence of what all genealogists aspire "to put meat on the bones"
A further revelation to the reader is the authority a DNA sample can give, in establishing and verifying the truth and accuracy of an investigation. It is a well written piece of work, the detailed findings are clearly and eloquently written, moreover it involves the reader emotionally; I enjoyed reading this book very much
Most recent customer reviews
Not my usual book, an could really get enthusiastic about it ok if you are into that sort of thing. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Annabelle
This book takes you through the trials and tribulation of tracing ancestors, it also goes back in time to the beginnings of the McDonald clan. Read morePublished on 27 Oct. 2014 by Chris Gardner
The story of his ancestor hunt was fascinating. The in-between chapters, where he tries to make a fictional novel of how his ancestors must have lived, were not so fascinating -... Read morePublished on 16 April 2014 by Ros Haywood
I was quite keen to read this, especially as I am also an American researching my Scottish ancestors, but I simply did not have an appetite for the extent of detail found in this... Read morePublished on 3 Jan. 2013 by N Gemmell
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