Gillian-the-dreamer by Neil Munro (1923) An orphan, Gillan is a boy of nature and poetry and spirit, at one with the glens and hills of the Highlands. He is naturally drawn to the nurturing Miss Mary, and the lovely Nan . . . but his affinity with them draws the ire of jealous males. Will Gilian's imagination and dreams survive to sing, like the curlew, over the lonely lochs and sea of Scotland? Here's a lyrical and soulful novel to read by a fire with a cup of tea and a box of Lorna Doones.