With over one hundred illustrations and more than two hundred notes cross-referencing to over forty reference works on Stonehenge, the expanded second edition of Stonehenge: solving the Neolithic Universe describes a new interpretation of Stonehenge based the idea that it is an accumulation of knowledge about the cosmos.
- "I do agree with you that the basic structure of Stonehenge is essentially a working model of their cosmos/perceived Universe...."
- "This theory is absolute gold-dust as it offers a credible solution to the problem of why the Stonehenge lintels were so very level."
- "Overall I found this publication highly readable, being both informative and slightly controversial.''....''The one thing that makes this book a winner is the fact that it's central theory is not a house of cards..Highly recommended to anyone with an interest in Stonehenge."
- "Unlike many books of this type, Morris shows how the Neolithic people could have studied the heavens using common sense and appropriate technology. He allows our ancestors to have the ability to work things out for themselves...."
- "Handing us the 'Why' on a silver platter, Solving the Neolithic Universe is presented in an easily digestible form, with step-by-step explanations of every facet of the theme....Illustrated with hand-renderings, in addition to CGI, Mr Morris guides the reader to their own epiphany in an extraordinarily cohesive explanation for the ultimate purpose of this enigmatic wonder"
Professor Tim Darvill OBE: Archaeologist and author, best known for his publications on prehistoric Britain. 2013
Daniel Johnston: Author of 'Stonehenge Unhinged'. 2013
Simon Charlesworth: Reviewer for The Megalithic Portal. 2012
Northern Earth Magazine: 2013
ND Wiseman: Author, Cape Cod, USA. 2012