Luath Press, 2005
An enjoyable and informative wee book, exploring Scotland’s landscape and discovering its mythology on the way. I was especially impressed by the author’s suggestion that historians and archeologists are missing a trick by not viewing Highland clan society as a fairly recent, and entirely investigable, remnant of Celtic culture. He also stressed that, contrary to what some believe, Scotland’s mythology, art and culture did not grow from a colonial settlement but were in fact indigenous. A good read.