5 The Best YetCeliaFan | 18/03/2010 | See all CeliaFan's reviews (20)This is quite possibly the best of Jamie Owen's Welsh travel books. Ironic, since it's the only series of his that isn't available on DVD (*prods Aspect!*). It doubles up as an enlightening guide to parts of Wales that you may overlook or may never even have heard of, as well as being a rather attractive coffee table tome. The photography is stunning. Mr Owen has yet again succeeded in shedding his dour newsreader exterior to write a book that's witty, warm and often laugh-out-loud funny! (If you manage to read the paragraph about 'breezy' horses without laughing, you're not human.) In all, this book is well worth the money; because even if you're not planning a trip to Wales, flicking through the pages will give you just a hint of the relaxation and beauty to be found. I just wish they'd release the accompanying BBC series on DVD!