To support Roz Paterson’s family, who have had to relocate to London for two months as she undergoes life and death pioneering cancer treatment, we have 200 limited edition copies of Restless Land signed by Roz and her co-author Alan McCombes.
For a donation of £25, including post and packing, you will receive a signed copy printed and bound in high-quality gloss paper designed to endure.
For any group wishing bulk orders, phone or text Alan at 0771 744 2805 and we will try to make a special delivery.
‘Riveting and expertly written work of popular history’
It covers a huge amount of ground with style, wit and limpid clarity that sets it apart from the dry tomes that put many people off history before they are out of school.
Restless Land is a riveting, expertly written work of popular history that deserves a very wide readership.
Alex Miller, Professor of Philosophy, History and Politics at the University of Otago, New Zealand
‘Incredibly readable book that will grab you from the start’
This is a history book like none that I’ve read before. It is an incredibly readable book which will grab you from the opening pages. Half-remembered stories and vague Scottish heroes leap to life, and the book resonates with excitement.
Reading Restless Land was like having lots of little lights come on in my head. Finally, a book which could tell me the meaning of many of the songs and poems I’ve heard, of the half-remembered stories, of the slogans and names which have drifted down through the generations.
Pam Currie President of the EIS Further Education Lecturers Association
‘A substantive book that makes you want to find out more’
“Restless Land is a substantive book by any description. It tells you things that you’ve never been told before in school, in the media, or anywhere else.
“We should thank Alan and Roz for writing a book that’s easy to read, that’s interesting page by page, and makes you want to find out more. It’s an important book that articulates a fascinating history – the history of those on whose shoulders we stand.”
Jeanne Freeman Scottish Government Minister