... and ... yes ... highly recommended!
Although it is primarily written to get the inhabitants of the
Orkney & Shetland Isles to wake up to their heritage ... it is
also a microcosm of what we all face: THE INDIFFERENCE of
"Government" to reasoned & logical argument.
THAT IT IS A COMPLETE WASTE OF TIME TO ASK NASTY PEOPLE TO "Purleez
It shows how, in the face of all established FACTs ... so-called
"authorities" can just steamroller on ... with brainwashed minions
doing their dirty work ... WHEN NO-ONE STANDS UP TO THEM.
Actually, the Shetlanders did "stand up to them" at one point ...
AND WON HANDS DOWN!
I don't know the intimate details of that battle ("Battle of
Stenness or Somerdale"**), but I would suspect the same thing
happened - as happened here - after the Peasant's Revolt ... i.e.
having decided they'd won ... everyone went home & dispersed ...
and "divide & conquer" kicked in ... where the "division" was
self-created via the natural dispersal.
(** When the St. Clair family fought itself).
Thoroughly documented, referenced, and argued to a degree that (I
presume), Stuart considers unassailable.
It is certainly far better argued than anyone who thinks they can
prove Shetland (and Orkney) are actually a part of Scotland.
Yes ... good book ... well done Stuart!
Errata: On Page 119 it references "Comfortably Numb" as
emanating from Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon album,
when it fact it is Track 6, Side 3 on The Wall album (as
every schoolboy kno!). But ... apart from that ... cool!