'A large format coffee table book containing wonderful b/w photos of some of the most famous landmarks around the country' -- The Modern Antiquarian, October 2003
'Corio captures that curious quality of many extraordinary landmarks - that they are simultaneously smaller or larger than you expect' -- The Times, 22nd October 2003
'Looking at David's spectral photographs it's easy to see why these wonderful prehistoric monuments attract so many stories' -- Elle magazine, October 2003
'Megaliths features David Corio's handsome black-and-white photographs... The accompanying text gracefully recounts the legends associated with each site' -- Archaeology magazine, Spring 2004
'This book is probably the most visually appealing of any I've seen on the same subject' -- Amateur Photographer, September 2003
'This fascinating book...sets itself a seemingly overwhelming brief and well lives up to the challenge' -- Royal Photographic Society Journal, October 2003
'When sated with David's sumptuous photography, one is drawn to Lai Ngan's finely-honed monographs' -- British Journal of Photography, August 2003
The best photographic survey of megalithic sites to be published, accompanied by a highly authoritative text describing, first, the legends surrounding each site, highlighting the folklore tradition, then addressing the mathematical and astronomical significance of the major sites such as Stonehenge.