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The Girl on the Ferryboat by Angus Peter Campbell
  

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Vividly evoked Scottish tale of chance encounters and of family memories, regret, love and loss. Combines myth, music and linguistics to recount the memory of a hazy summer's day on the Isle of Mull.

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Synopsis

The Girl on the Ferryboat by Angus Peter Campbell

I loved her from the moment I saw her, and that love has never wavered. It has encased every choice I have ever made, and I have never done anything in my life which didn't involve her image somewhere...I'm so sorry for it all This is the latest English-language novel from award-winning Gaelic poet, novelist, journalist, broadcaster and actor, Angus Peter Campbell, and the first to be published simultaneously in Gaelic and English.

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'exceptionally good novel. It is among the best pieces of narrative literary fiction to have emerged from Scotland in the 21st century, in any language.' 'an extraordinary achievement, by the increasingly excellent and advernturous Luath Press...and by Angus Peter himself' 'beautifully written' '[can] be read simply as a love story' 'the gorgeous bittersweet tone'
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About the Author

Angus Peter Campbell lives in Skye, and has previously published a number of works in Gaelic. In 2001, he was awarded the Bardic Crown for Gaelic Poetry, as well as the Creative Scotland Award. His Gaelic novel An Oidhche Mus do Sheol Sinn (The Night Before We Sailed) was included in The List 100 Best Scottish Books of All Time. As well as being an author, Campbell has also worked in newspapers, radio and film, with a leading role in the Gaelic language feature film, Seachd: The Inaccessible Pinnacle.

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Book Info

Publication date

15th July 2014

Author

Angus Peter Campbell

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Author's Website

anguspetercampbell.co.uk/

Publisher

Luath Press Ltd

Format

Hardback
224 pages

Categories

Literary Fiction
Family Drama
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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9781910021187

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