This is a great little primer on Anglo-Saxon pagan beliefs, and though the text is quite short, it is loaded with information that would otherwise be very hard to come by. Herbert offers some interesting insights into Anglo-Saxon mythology; the possible link between Freo and Frig is both interesting and very well-researched. Even if you know a lot about the pre- Christian Anglo-Saxons, there will be something (indeed many things) in this book that you didn't know before. As well as the transcript there are further goodies in the back of the book, such as lists of Anglo-Saxon place names, festivals, songs and dances for spring and summer, several maps, and a comprehensive list of further reading. This text has greatly informed my own beliefs, and comes highly recommended.