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Friday, January 29, 2010


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I knew you'd love it, once you actually picked it up and read it. I also dug deeper into the preservation of the Salisbury Cathedral Spire, Prince Charles was a major benefactor in the project. The book also made a huge difference to my experience when I actually visited Stonehenge a year or two after reading it. Never did finish London though, let me know what you think.

Dana Prichard

Having a large "to read" pile stacked neatly or maybe not so neatly next to my bed is something we have in common. While tomes tend not to be my books of choice, I'm a real fan of historical novels, family sagas and that part of England. I'll probably give it a go on your recommendation. If only I had more time to read these days!


I hope you do give it a read, Dana, it is one of those books that you'll never forget.

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