Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Bernard Cornwell

Narrated By: Frederick Davidson

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks

Date: June 2005

Duration: 17 hours 31 minutes


Four thousand years ago, a stranger's death at the Old Temple of Ratharryn and his ominous "gift" of gold precipitates the building of what, for centuries to come, will be known as one of mankind's most singular and remarkable achievements. Bernard Cornwell's epic novel Stonehenge catapults us into a powerful and vibrant world of ritual and sacrifice at once timeless and wholly original, a tale of patricide, betrayal, and murder; of bloody brotherly rivalry; and of the never-ending pursuit of power, wealth, and spiritual fulfillment.


  • Colin Groot

    This book is great, nice story and characters. However, the narrator is terrible, especially when he does the voice of the characters. I have no idea how this guy has so many books narrated. You should really listen to the sample before buying and ask yourself if you'd want to listen to that voice for 17 hours

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  • Anonymous

    Loved the print. The narration with the constant upspeak really spoiled it for me.

  • Todd

    Good story, rich characters, moves fairly quickly. When I read historical fiction I hope to learn something about the time period. Stonehenge brings neolithic man to life, the struggle to survive both mother nature and your fellow man is woven throughout the story. One note on the narrator. I admit at first I was taken back by his monotone style, he sounded as though he was reading a textbook. I was thinking "Can I make it through 15 discs with this guy?" I decided to not quit until I made it through the first disc. I am glad I stuck it out, either he got into the story and improved or I got used to him. I actually enjoyed his reading and his various voices.

  • Barney Townsend

    The book was good but was very unimpressed with the narrator, frederick davidson. His tone of voice was strange enough to distract you from the storyline. He sounded completely disinterested in the story himself, and all his characters voices sounded like frogs. Am confused to read now that he has done over 700 audiobooks. I would not listen to one of his again.


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