Some of the ideas discussed in this blog are published in my new book called "The Stonehenge Bluestones" -- available by post and through good bookshops everywhere. Bad bookshops might not have it....
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Wednesday 30 December 2020

Kindle edition of "The Stonehenge Bluestones"

Here is a reminder that if you are intimidated by the price of the paperback edition of my book (fantastic value at just £15) you can get the full book in the Kindle edition for just £6.99.  Like most other "print replicas" of complex full-colour books in Ebook or Kindle editions, it's bit clunky here and there, from the point of view of the reader, and some of the formatting is difficult to replicate -- but on the whole the transfer to a digital format has worked better than expected.  Amazon has improved the conversion and uploading technology a lot in the last couple of years.

Here is the link to the Amazon web site:

Latest reviews:

I would recommend this book to anyone interested in Stonehenge. I really enjoyed the read as it was never one-sided and quite funny in places. Listening to other people's theories was much more interesting even though most believed it a there was nothing else in offer by anyone else hoping to find the answers to the mystery of stonehenge not to mention the stones. It was far more likely these stones were built where they was found.

Great study of Stonehenge. Written for the layman that wants a better understanding of the building of Stonehenge.


Tony Hinchliffe said...

Would you like to have an INDEX added for your next printings of book and Kindle? I am happy to provide, and think I have a good understanding of the subject matter and main individuals, as well as having librarianship training.

BRIAN JOHN said...

Thanks Tony. Yes please! That its a very generous offer. I have been aware for some time that the book needs an index -- but I have never managed to find the time to do it. And index could easily be added to the Kindle version and maybe made available via Researchgate to readers of the paperback. Full acknowledgement of the index origins, of course. Your name could be attached to it. A reprint of the paperback book is some way off -- sales are very sluggish at the moment, and the Pandemic has hit the book trade really hard.....