Gregor Ewing, author of the excellent historical travel quest books Charlie, Meg and Me and Bruce, Meg and Me, had this to say about The Witch's List:
"A highly entertaining account of a boy’s journey - both physical and emotional - from youth to manhood. From schooldays, to university and into the workplace we follow our young protagonist, ‘Sandy’ as he strives to build a life for himself. Leaving his home in Dundee he gravitates south, to France and then West Africa, and the jarring cultural changes, which Sandy encounters, are brought to life authentically. The characters met along the way are fully developed and I formed an attachment to the young Scot that kept me gripped throughout, as the story builds towards a jaw-dropping conclusion."