A reasonable description of a fantasy city with a Celtic flavour. It is clearly intended to be adaptable to a range of campaigns and rule systems, and so leaves some details vague (for example, there's only brief information on the city's spell-casters). Stats are provided for both Rolemaster and d20.
On the down-side, the production is basic. The maps are simple, but functional, and the layout is minimal. The only piece of art in the book (unless you count the cover) is so poor that it's hard to imagine why it was included - fortunately, there is only the one of it.
The positive is that the book is fairly thorough. It is 54 pages long, and includes descriptions of culture and society, as well as a number of locations. Floor-plans focus mainly on inns, and there are a number of plot suggestions, and many bits of useful detail. The feel is intended to be Celtic and low-magic - the latter in particular, may require some adaptation to be useful in a typical d20 campaign.
Overall, it's a reasonable product, but nothing outstanding. It does the job adequately, but no more than that. It may be particularly useful if you're looking for something with Rolemaster stats, since there isn't too much of that about.
[3 of 5 Stars!]