A revealing portrait of George MacDonald, set against the land he loved.
In this extensive biography, Michael Phillips paints a revealing portrait of George MacDonald. Phillips uses the facts of MacDonald’s life to shape a picture of the man, set against the Scottish land he loved. Looking at both strengths and shortcomings, Phillips does not shy away from the issues that made MacDonald a controversial figure during his life and beyond.
This work will be welcomed by all who have come to love the Scottish storyteller’s novels and his view of God as father.