Monday, 16 December 2013

Thank you for helping "The Call of the Mountains" on its way

Thanks to distinguished reviewers and generous purchasers of  "The Call of the Mountains", helping it climb, at least on Amazon... 

"An interesting and worthwhile addition to the literature of the Munros and a book worth reading by anyone with an interest in the hills and hillwalking..." 
Chris Townsend, one of the world’s most experienced backpackers and outdoor writers November 2013 






“This book quickly drew me in. These journeys are precisely depicted through the author's perceptive eye for detail and his obvious passion for the outdoors.” 
Steven Fallon, mountain guide and record-holder for completing all the Munros 15 times 

“Scotland has inspired legions of explorers and adventurers; this book will show you why. A wonderful journey through landscape, culture and obsession.” 
Myles Farnbank, Director, Wilderness Scotland 

"Max Landsberg’s description of Rannoch Moor is one of the best I’ve found so far...." 
The Scotsman - November 2013 

"This is a wonderful book that should be read, and will then probably be re-read, by just about anyone with any interest in Scotland's mountains. At one level "The Call of the Mountains" by Max Landsberg is a "how I compleated my round of Munros" book, albeit a particularly well written one. But there is so much more here too…." 
Undiscovered Scotland November 2013 

Top of the Christmas Reading list 
Edinburgh Life November 2013 

"…a must read book for all those with an appreciation of adventure and the great scenery of the North..." 
Norman Maclean, Emeritus Professor of Biological Sciences, and author of "Silent Summer" 

"… Distinctive … much of the insight and information that new or would-be baggers need" 
Andy Howell, trekking and backpacking blog-master

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