World Waterfall Database
Book Review

A Tour of the Waterfalls of Wales

Yerburgh, David S. (author)

none listed, 1997
Edition 1
Format Paperback
Print Style Partial Color
Book Type Reference
Page Count 76
In Print? No
Picture quality (0)
Picture Quantity (0)
Accuracy of Content (4)
Thoroughness of Content (2)
Production Value (3)

Reviewed by Dean Goss

This small paperback is a well printed book that relies on images of old engravings and lithographs, rather than photography. The author, the Reverend David S. Yerburgh is obviously bitten by the same waterfall bug that so effectively sunk its mouthparts in me. 34 Waterfalls are covered in this book. It is by no means a definitive list, but is given a loving and reverential treatment.

The Bottom Line: It is a good book for collectors of waterfallia, but if you mean to pursue a thorough inventory of Welch waterfalls, track down a copy of John Llewelyn Jones "The Waterfalls of Wales".

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