Iron age Britain is the setting for this tale of love and loss, faith and betrayal, life and death overlaid with the brooding presence of Druidic belief and sacrifice. Vivid portrayals of everyday life and inner religious conflict make this a compelling read.
A more than worthy successor to the legendary P.G. Wodehouse, Schott has captured in every respect the perfect Jeevesian world. Funny in ways we have mostly forgotten, this is pure delight in printed form.
A dark, punk-culture kind of thriller with plenty of sinister characters and flawed protagonists who are fighting their own personal demons propel this fast-moving story of drugs, music, photography and death. Not to mention the mind-altering potential of an ancient tome with mysterious embedded codes that can alter the mind.