'Evans's prose is evocative, economical and moving . . . Boys of Gold is an eloquent and compelling testimony to the depth of George Brinley Evans's humanity.' – A review from www.gwales.com, with the permission of the Welsh Books Council
A collection of seven short essays, some set against the partly autobiographical background of the author's life as a coalminer in the Neath valley and a soldier in Burma during World War 2, dealing with caring and loving relationships within families and coal-mining colleagues, and with misleading war relationships, together with one essay about the writer B. L. Coombes.