Monday, September 19, 2016

Book Review: The Stonehenge Letters

The first thing that drew me to this book, by Harry Karlinsky, was the title. I love all things about Stonehenge. So, of course I had to get the book.

As I began to read this book I was ready to sit down to a nice fictional book. Instead, soon after beginning to read, I caught myself wondering if I was wrong. This book centers around a secret prize which Alfred Nobel originated looking for secrets of Stonehenge. Only winners of the Nobel Prize were allowed to submit and the submission period was 10 years.

The people who were asked to submit were action people in history, which helped to make me wonder whether I was reading fiction or nonfiction.

I was so drawn by this book, on so many levels, that it was difficult to put down, once I began. I highly recommend this book to anyone that enjoys history. Or well-written works of fiction.

I was given this book by NetGalley and HarperCollins UK in exchange for my honest review.

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