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This book surpasses my expectations, and challenges ones preconceived notions about the recumbent stone circles of NE Scotland. Having visited some of them myself, I find the writer has not distracted from the mystery of them. Interestingly, he quotes Julian Cope and Burl, who have done much in the way of discovery and preservation. Beautiful photographs of many of the RSC's are a pleasure to behold. The graphs and antique renderings of many of the sites add to the engaging quality of the text.
After reading this glorious book, one will make haste to venture out to NE Scotland to visit one or all of the RSC's. Kudos to Adam Welfare!