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on April 15, 2011 :
This sounded really interesting but was a real let down. Brief mentions of half a dozen sacred sites and a few castles which are not sacred, more a symbol of oppression of the Welsh.
4298 words are not enough to describe, let alone study, any of the sites mentioned in this pamphlet.
This is little more than a diary entry of the authors visit to some of the more popular sites in the UK and does not mention any of the thousand of others sites or give any idea that the author actually understands any of the subject.
(review of free book)