I bought this because it supposedly covered the very early history of GB, starting around 3000 BC. The period from the Battle of Hastings, 1066, to present day has been well covered. However, it seemed as though it took three sentences and a deep breath to get from 3000 BC to the mid-Roman period. What happened to Stone Hedge and its creators? Then a couple of more sentences to 1066. No mention of fact or myth Arthur, etc. Oh well! As noted to this point, vol. 1, it is a disappointment.
I was influenced by all the positive reviews. However, after having D R A G G E D my way to the end .... I found the book very disjointed and I can't say that there is a real plot or story line. If it weren't for the treadmill and elliptical trainer at the health club, I venture to say that I would have quit it. However, exercising indoors is even more boring than the book. Alas!
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