Angus is a god that is kind and loves all, and although the story is about him, it focuses just as much on those he helps and cares for. Following each of his passages is a corresponding one that reflects on the theme of the previous (the talk of Angus' brother is followed by that of another set of brothers he helps). The passages differ in that the ones on Angus are about his past, while the ones about others are about Angus in the modern world. For those that know nothing of this god, there is a brief introduction that is helpful, although it is not necessary to know anything about Celtic myth to understand and enjoy this story.
Interesting diversion for McCall Smith, from his regular writings. I had more vivid and interesting dreams when I was reading this lite and somewhat dark tale.
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