Eight days before the summer solstice, a man is butchered in a blood-freezing sacrifice on the ancient site of Stonehenge before a congregation of robed worshippers. Within hours, one of the world's foremost treasure hunters has shot himself in his country mansion. And to his estranged son, young archaeologist Gideon Chase, he leaves a cryptic letter. Teaming up with an intrepid policewoman, Gideon soon exposes a secret society--an ancient international legion devoted for thousands of years to Stonehenge.
With a charismatic and ruthless new leader at the helm, the cult is now performing ritual human sacrifices in a terrifying bid to unlock the secret of the stones. Packed with codes, symbology, relentless suspense, and fascinating detail about the history of one of the world's most mysterious places, The Stonehenge Legacy is a blockbuster to rival the very best of Dan Brown.
Would you try another book from Sam Christer and/or David Thorpe?
Maybe, if is better read than this one. I always review the book before I buy. I thought this one would become better in time, but I was wrong.
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Do you think The Stonehenge Legacy needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Yes, What did the find?
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
The details for the book enticed me. I enjoyed another of the author's books. This book was a mess of misdirection and unfathomably ridiculous concepts