Passion for Scotland
The Scotland of the past and the Scotland of the future. That is the essence of A Passion for Scotland, and its author David Ross takes the reader on a passionate journey through the story of this country, which stirs the primal fires from the opening lines. It is a personal, patriotic yet unbiased view of the path the Scots have taken, and of the path they are trying to f...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Luath Press Limited
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This book was great for stirring interest and, well, passion, but it wasn't the learning experience I had hoped for. There was a lot of name-dropping and assuming that the reader was familiar with the stories. Some stories were told with great detail, and any nonfiction that can get me laughing is a good one. I plan to read Ross' On The Trail Of... books soon.
David Robertson Ross is a patriotic Scot who loves his country and its people. He is passionate about the rich tapestry of Scottish history. David is a writer and historian who has specialised in the great Scottish hero Sir William Wallace. Although Wallace and the Wallace Society take up a great deal of David's time, he still manages to write about Scotland and her historical past with a poignanc...moreMore about David R. Ross...