Book Reviews

Welcome to The Bottle Imp's Book Review section. Each title below (in red) links to its review. If you'd like to suggest a book for review, please get in touch!

Approaches to Teaching Robert Louis Stevenson edited by Caroline McCracken-Flesher (Modern Language Association, 2013) reviewed by Richard Dury

All One Breath by John Burnside (Jonathan Cape, 2014) reviewed by Lilias Fraser

A Bird is Not a Stone: An Anthology of Contemporary Palestinian Poetry (various) (Freight Books, 2014) reviewed by Tessa Ransford

A Capital Union by Victoria Hendry (Saraband, 2013) reviewed by Isobel Murray

Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Traditional Literatures edited by Sarah Dunnigan and Suzanne Gilbert (EUP, 2013) reviewed by Tim Killick

Gateway to the Modern: Resituating J. M. Barrie edited by Valentina Bold and Andrew Nash (ASLS, 2014) reviewed by Alan Sandison

If This Were Real by Gerda Stevenson (Smokestack Books, 2013) reviewed by Kevin MacNeil

Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson edited by Ian Duncan (Oxford World's Classics, 2014) reviewed by Christopher MacLachlan

Of Me & Others by Alasdair Gray (Cargo Publishing, 2014) reviewed by Gavin Miller

The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales by Kirsty Logan (Salt Publishing, 2014) reviewed by Alistair Braidwood

Rug of a Thousand Colours by Tessa Ransford and Iyad Hayatleh (Luath Press, 2012) reviewed by Lauren Pyott

The Scottish Sixties: Reading, Rebellion, Revolution? edited by Eleanor Bell and Linda Gunn (Rodopi [SCROLL series], 2013) reviewed by David Robb

Unfashioned Creatures by Lesley McDowell (Saraband, 2014) reviewed by Monica Germanà

Waverley by Walter Scott edited by P. D. Garside (EUP, 2014) reviewed by Fiona Robertson

Whaleback City: Poems from Dundee and its Hinterlands edited by Andy Jackson and Bill Herbert (EUP, 2013) reviewed by Jacqueline Thompson

What Ends by Andrew Ladd (Oneworld Publications, 2014) reviewed by Kevin MacNeil