Tag: book review

Standing On The Shoulders of Giants – Review

Standing On The Shoulders of Giants ‘The Butterfly effect’. How many Celtic books have you read which starts off with a quick lecture in physics? Ok, that will be none then. This book, a celebration of all that is great about our club demonstrates that when the fledgling Celtic Butterfly flapped its wings no one […]

The Last Pearl Diver – By Paul Larkin. Review

It’s always a buzz when Paul Larkin’s latest book arrives. Just like the latest books main character Sidney Dempsey it’s just like Giro day when it hits the loabby door mat. Paul’s latest offering ‘The Last Pearl Diver’ is the fictional tale of Sidney Dempsey a young Celtic supporter finding his feet in life mainly […]

From Seville To Sevilla by Krys kujawa of the Lost Bhoys -book review

From the Acknowledgements at the start of the book you pick up on Krys’s love for Celtic Football Club  and his commitment to Cancer research UK where profits are going to and In particular his memories of season 2003/04 which shall live with him forever. He gives depth to the book through recalling  games and […]