And the Land Lay Still
Publisher: Hamish Hamilton
Pages no: 673
Edition language: English
This is a meandering tale that weaves together numerous strands of personal stories with the last fifty years of Scottish history, both political and social. The first character we meet, Mike, is a photographer and the son of a famous (and rather better) photographer, and his story I found interesti...
Being particularly fond of this author, I'm looking forward to this.Read by Liam Brennan.Excerpts from James Robertson's monumental new novel which portrays the last six decades of Scotland's social and political landscape through the lives of a handful of characters.Mike Pendreich has moved from Ed...