'It's by far the best bit of modern British social history I've seen.' -- SchNEWS
'This is a fine book in every way, well written, carefully researched and with a remarkable story to tell' -- John Michell, Fortean Times
'This is a well-written and well-researched study of a fascinating subject and is highly recommended' -- Mike Howard, The Cauldron
'[A] readable and well-researched cultural history.' -- Antiquity
'an essential read for anyone who wants a better understanding of how we got where we are' -- Andy Anderson, White Dragon
'likely to remain the definitive work on the subject, because of the depth of coverage and range of viewpoints' -- Ronald Hutton, author of 'The Triumph of the Moon'
'wonderful and often funny... the oddest tale ever told about the most famous ancient place of them all' -- Christopher Chippindale, author of 'Stonehenge Complete'
... an honest, fastidious and heartfelt contribution... pointing towards a freer, glorious Albion. -- Paul Screeton 'Folklore Frontiers'
This is a well-written and well-researched study of a fascinating subject and is highly recommended. -- Mike Howard 'The Cauldron'
[This book is] ... the most complete, well-illustrated analysis of Stonehenge's mysterious world of Druids, travellers, pagans and party-goers... -- Mike Pitts 'History Today'