A fascinating book by Dan Boothby who drifted for over twenty years as sailor and jobbing writer, looking for somewhere to land, before unexpectedly being given the chance to move to Gavin Maxwell’s former home, a tiny island off Skye. This book is about his time living there, and about the natural and human history that surrounded him; about the people he met and the stories they told him; about his engagement with this remote landscape, including the otters that inhabit it; and the spirit and legacy of the enigmatic Maxwell.
Paperback 320 pages.
Approx: 13 x 19.7 cm.
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