Bartle Logie is "extremely competent writer"
By Yvonne Bosman
In his newest book, Tales from an Unmapped Country, Bartle Logie takes his readers through little known areas of the Eastern Cape and incorporates fascinating characters and incidents from the past into his real present wanderings.
He brings to life stories and characters of historical interest, which would be lost to the world if not recorded here, and links those with his current journey.
One gets to know a little of the depth of Bartle as a person; his huge variety of experiences as a youngster, teacher, traveller, adventurer, historian, raconteur, protector of the environment, and above all, his concern for other people.
He is also, as you will discover when you read this book, an extremely competent writer who has done the Eastern Cape a significant favour by recording for posterity these characters and events.