Stones Of Evil: A Novel Of Ancient Britain

Stones Of Evil A Novel Of Ancient Britain The year is BC Stonehenge is in the making When Haril a travelling stonemason first comes across the temple being built by the Druids he is overawed by the beauty and magnificence of the massi

  • Title: Stones Of Evil: A Novel Of Ancient Britain
  • Author: Bryan Cooper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The year is 2600 BC Stonehenge is in the making When Haril, a travelling stonemason, first comes across the temple being built by the Druids, he is overawed by the beauty and magnificence of the massive granite stones But all too soon he realises that behind their awe inspiring beauty lies something much sinister Hundreds of slaves, emaciated and abused, are dyinThe year is 2600 BC Stonehenge is in the making When Haril, a travelling stonemason, first comes across the temple being built by the Druids, he is overawed by the beauty and magnificence of the massive granite stones But all too soon he realises that behind their awe inspiring beauty lies something much sinister Hundreds of slaves, emaciated and abused, are dying to create the massive structures Among them are Haril s own people This terrifying regime is under the fanatical leadership of the evil priest, Vardon, who is using human sacrifices to appease his Gods The temple must be destroyed before it is finally completed or the powers of darkness called upon by Vardon will be unleashed on the world Can Haril muster the strength to stop Vardon Or will terror and destruction be unleashed by the Stones of Evil Stones of Evil is a gripping tale of life in Ancient Britain five thousand years ago when brutality and superstition clashed in the creation of Stonehenge A story about Stonehenge and an evil priest who uses it for the rites of black magic A good tale SUNDAY TELEGRAPH Stone Age Britain the setting of this unusual novel It has a strange and very individual flavour IRISH TIMES Bryan Cooper has been a journalist, author, and screenwriter He lives in the Kent coastal town of Deal with his wife, Judith Windsor, the well known film and theatre voice coach Endeavour Press is the UK s leading independent publisher of digital books.

    One thought on “Stones Of Evil: A Novel Of Ancient Britain”

    1. It's an interesting scenario - that Stonehenge wasn't built with a kind of New Age-y love and harmony. What if its building involved slavery, misery and many deaths? This is a lively tale set in a time when survival was precarious and invasions threatened the land, it has a well-paced plot and is well written. I would have liked a map as, seeing that I know Wiltshire fairly well, I was trying to figure out exactly where the forest was that is mentioned in the book. The truth is that we will neve [...]

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