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This review is from: Seahenge: a quest for life and death in Bronze Age Britain (Paperback)This is much more than just about Seahenge; it is an autobiography of someone who loves his work. Anyone who has watched the author in Time Team will have sensed his enthusiasm.
Francis Pryor's writing style makes for a very readable and enjoyable book, not too heavy on the academic or technical, yet occasionally throwing in explanations of methods or terms that are a great help to the non-archaeologist.
Some of the detail in some of the photos (most I suspect are very old) is hard to pick out, but this does not detract from the fact that overall this is a very good book.