This is an interesting and fairly detailed book for its size on Glastonbury. Surprisingly, it is one of the harder-to-find of the Wooden Book series, but is one of the best. Glastonbury is a town full of history, legend and myth. A must study for students of ancient Britian, Arthur lore and early Christians there. Of course, the site has been co-opted by fringe theorists and the like. Use this book to start your research. See also Stonehenge and Leys. Also, The Holy Kingdom and The Isle of Avalon Sacred Mysteries of Arthur and Glastonbury. The latter is a detailed book on Glastonbury, though he does, at times, give too much credance to some things like "energies" and other esoteric meanings that have been slapped on the area.