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Review: Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland

User Review  - Liam Rankin - Goodreads

A great narrative on the Scottish psyche, detailing the 1979 campaign for Scottish home rule this book is of great interest to those involved in the current campaign for Scottish independence. Read full review

Review: Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland

User Review  - Kathy Petersen - Goodreads

Sorry - I just could not keep enough interest in this discussion of contemporary Scotland. It was well enough written, but the material was a bit beyond me. A Scots-ophile or at least a person with more knowledge of this lovely land would no doubt find it most enjoyable. Read full review

Review: Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland

User Review  - Jonathan - Goodreads

Anyone expecting a return to a book as good as Ascherson's "Black Sea" will be in for a disappointment. Rather than a combination history/travelogue, Ascherson indulges in the role of an ideologue ... Read full review

Review: Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland

User Review  - Sally Fouhse - Goodreads

Couldn't get into it. Read full review

Review: Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland

User Review  - Duncan Mclaren - Goodreads

A highly readable and insightful look into the parts of Scottish history other books do not reach! Read full review

Review: Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

4.5 really: a very intelligent and readable "history" of Scottish identity, which works partly as memoir too, focusing much of the "search" in Ascherson's own native region of mid-Argyll, which was ... Read full review

Review: Stone Voices: The Search for Scotland

User Review  - Pamela - Goodreads

Part memoir, part (potted) history, part meditation on "Scottishness" and Scottish nationalism, Ascherson's well-written "imaginative invasion of his native land" is an excellent introduction to the ... Read full review


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