Review: Stonehenge, by Bernard Corwell

StonehengeStonehenge by Bernard Cornwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Written with Cornwell’s usual impeccable historical detail, research and biting vision, Stonehenge is a vision of how the great henge may have come to exist, richly embroidered with believable characters, political machinations, and religious fervour.

As always Cornwell’s writing is lean, and his plotting searingly tight.

Recommend highly for the lover of good historical fiction.

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