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Stonehenge based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Not intended for the casual tourist, this book is designed to present an overview of the essence of Stonehenge, from the cold stones to the wild theories. Due to the small size and format of the book, there are numerous references to other works for further information. A great start for further dabbling or research, due to the inexpensive format and breadth of information.
This book is very poorly written. The organization is weak; it is very difficult to track what you are learning. The prose is unexciting, and often lapses into nonsequiturs and familiar addresses to the reader. The grammar is incorrect in many instances. The content is marginal. The substance might have been stronger that it appears, however, but the lack of organization obscures the content. The author often uses undefined terms and concepts, or links the text to ideas that are far-flung throughout the book. I am sorry I wasted my time and money on it. I have never submitted a review before, but was so disappointed in this book, that I had to speak out.