Tuesday, December 16, 2008
REVIEW: "A Song In Stone" by Walter H. Hunt
"A Song In Stone" by Walter H. Hunt
Publication Date: November 4, 2008
Book Description (from Amazon.com):
There is a mystery in a chapel, and a man who must find the answer.
A Song in Stone begins with the premise that Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland is part of an unfinished larger church - and that it contains a mystery, one clue of which is found in the intricate stonework of the chapel. It goes from there to the Middle Ages, taking Ian Graham, currently-unemployed television personality, with it, literally, as he tries to learn the chapel's secret before it is too late to return to his own time, his own life.
Before he goes, he must find the music that the stone points to.
This book was very well written! I loved all the twists and turns, and how you sometimes had to really pay attention to get what was going on. There was lots of suspense that keeps you on the edge of your seat. I couldn't put the book down!
The facts and such were very interesting, too. Fans of mathematics will find this book intriguing, as there's lots of that included. But, even those NOT a fan of such (like me) will still really enjoy this one. ;)
I look forward to more by this author!