Review: Stonehenge, by Bernard Corwell

Stonehenge by Bernard CornwellMy 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. View all my reviews


Thought I’d share a short story from my collection And the Angels Sang, in this case one entitled Over-exposed. ISBN 9780973927801 $23.99 eISBN 9780986563058 $4.99 AmazonBarnes and NobleGoogle PlayIndigoKoboSmashwordsWaterstones He runs now, the siren hurting his ears. His legs rise and fall, rise and fall, although he feels as though he travels nowhere. Heat spurts through his chest. Adrenaline. His hand touches the camera bag. He looks over his shoulder to Kay and Meagan. His wife’s face is…