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Three brothers are the mighty pillars around which this epic novel is constructed. Bernard Cornwell transports the reader back to a time...
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cover Stonehenge,
by Bernard Cornwell
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Stonehenge is given a credible, even fascinating, treatment in the prolific Cornwell's latest novel. He reaches back into English history, back into prehistory, to follow the exploits and fortunes of Hengall, the chief of the people of Ratharryn, and his three sons, Lengar, Camaban, and Saban. Lengar is poised to succeed his father as chief, but his greed interferes with his intentions. Camaban suffers from a physical deformity and has no place in the succession to his father's chiefdom, but events take him down a path no one would have anticipated. Saban, the youngest, is brave and true and ultimately comes to bear his father's title. But out of their familial struggle, and the struggles of the people of Ratharryn with neighboring tribes, comes the great temple we know as Stonehenge. The difficulty of such a fictional undertaking as this is to render these old-time people, with speech and customs we know very little about, as real individuals. But Cornwell rises to the occasion admirably, resulting in total immersion in a place and time.

cover The Doom Stone,
by Paul Zindel
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Driving past Stonehenge on his way to visit his anthropologist aunt, 15-year-old Jackson sees a creature mauling a young man. It turns out that his aunt is leading a team of scientists and military personnel who are investigating a series of mutilations in the area. The creature, an intelligent but bloodthirsty hominid, kills several people, leading Jackson on a hunt for the beast before it kills again.