Mysterious World: Ireland – Ian Middleton

If you love to travel Ireland, and are fascinated by all its ancient history, legends and folklore, then check out my guidebook:

Mysterious World: Ireland represents the next generation of travel guides. More than just a listing of names, numbers, and dates, Mysterious World takes readers behind the scenes to help them understand the history and the mystery of this sacred isle. The book delves deep into Ireland’s legendary past, looking especially at the mysterious people who invaded Ireland time and time again in search of their destinies. The book also covers Ireland’s known history up to the time of Cromwell, providing a thorough understanding of what it is to be Irish. In addition, the book presents one man’s quest to rediscover mysterious Ireland as he travels throughout the four ancient provinces of Ireland.

 

Starting with The Mystery, you will delve deep into Ireland’s legendary past, and the mysterious people who invaded Ireland time and time again in search of their destinies. In The History, you will discover Ireland’s known history up to the time of Cromwell, and receive a thorough understanding of what it is to be Irish. Finally, in The Journey, you will be taken along one man’s journey throughout all the four ancient provinces. A full colour, fully illustrated guide with celtic artwork and photography from The Journey.

For a preview of photos included in the book, click here.



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About Ian Middleton

Ian Middleton is a professional writer and photographer from the UK. He is the author of several books, including Mysterious World: Ireland and A Practical Guide to Photography. His photos have been published in various books and magazines such as Lonely Planet, Bradt Travel Guides, Guardian newspaper and more. He has written several articles for Landscape Photography Magazine, Total Slovenia News, and many more.... Ian has travelled around the world, and also lived and travelled for many years in Ireland. He currently divides his time between the UK and Slovenia. All articles here are copyrighted. For permission to reproduce or syndicate any of these, please contact Ian directly.