A great strength of the support has been its communal voice. We are taken back to 'God Save Ireland', sung in unison by Celtic and Hibernian supporters in 1911, a song of resonance from the very early years of Celtic history, but it's not all heavy sentiment. Readers of a certain age will give a knowing smile when recalling 'Ten men won the league tra-la-la-la-la'.
Paul Brennan (Celtic Quick News) - On Our Stories & Our Songs
For a young lad, Liam has an excellent grasp of the history.
The Shamrock Magazine
Congratulations Liam. That is the most poignant account of the Brookeborough Raid and life of Sean South that I have ever read. Cathy Camplisson (Irish history enthusiast)
The author of this very book thought about writing it because he saw it as a vehicle to raise charitable funds. He's done that and the ball is rolling from there.
Matt McGlone (Celts for Change & The Alternative View)