The book was bought as a present for someone else. However, when I started skimming it I found the detail fascinating and decided to keep it myself!
The book is well written and well laid out. I have read several previous works on Arthur, and their general attitude was that you accepted what was written. This book is different. The authors present the detail in an open and honest manner, and invite the reader to get out there and visit the locations that are indicated. They also offer good listings of their source materials for further verification.
What you end up with is a well produced book that debunks previous theories in a very logical manner. It is clear to see how, in the past, place names and those of people have become confused - often accidently, but sometimes quite deliberately to make places medieval pilgrim (tourist) traps. Questions we all have asked are how Arthur was supposed to get around all these out-lying places with such ease and speed, when in fact these places associated with him are hundreds of miles apart? This book answers such questions. He didn't! Arthur's realm was limited to North and Mid Wales and the Borderlands (Cheshire & Shropshire).
The authors' hard work and research has certainly paid off. The only problem is that I will now have to buy another copy to give as a gift!