Read by Peter Hill
A young arts student takes a summer job working at remote Scottish lighthouses.
It is 1973 and Peter Hill, his head filled with the Vietnam War, Jack Kerouac and the Watergate Trial, is about to spend six months at various remote Scottish lighthouses, 'keeping' with all manner of unusual and fascinating people. This gentle memoir is about a young man stepping across the threshold of adulthood as well as a reminiscence of a simple way of life and profession that has all but vanished.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 06 / 2005
- 126 x 138mm