Her book is a treasure: stylish, thoughtful, miraculously condensed, and as full of knowledge as a megalith is full of megalith. (Sunday Times
...a lucid and sophisticated history explaining how the meaning of Stonehenge is in perpetual flux. (The Independent
...excellent...an important and deeply satisfying book. (Conde Nast Traveller
...brings genuine originality to the cultural history of Stonehenge. (Times Literary Supplement
What sets this work apart is the empathy and intellectual generosity that suffuses it... Hill... has a rare gift for seeing the best in people, and her book inspires one to investigate further the heroic cast of architects, antiquaries, writers and artists. (Guardian
'Rosemary Hill's entertaining whirlwind scrutiny of that monument's reputation and interpretation over several centuries' (Jonathan Meades New Statesman
`Clear, intelligent and often highly amusing, this study achieves something new in the voluminous literature on Stonehenge.... excellent.'
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