Stonehenge: 2000 B.C.


Bernard Cornwell, long admired for his rousing narrative and meticulous historical imaginings, has here delivered his master-piece, the most compelling and powerful human drama of its kind since Ken Follett's Pillars of the Earth and Edward Rutherfurd's Sarum. His re-creation of civilization as it might have been in 2000 B.C. at once amplifies the mystery of his subject and makes the world of Stonehenge come alive as never before.