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Terry Deary – Savage Stone Age | Review

Title: Savage Stone Age

Author: Terry Deary

Type: Non-Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 144

Rating: 3.5/5


Terry Deary - Savage Stone Age

Terry Deary – Savage Stone Age


This isn’t the best of the Horrible Histories books, but then I am a little jaded by now considering I’ve been working my way through the box set. Still, the Stone Age was interesting enough, it’s just that I’m more of a fan of the Romans, the Vikings and the Middle Ages.

What I did like about this one is that there was a lot of information about archaeology in there, and I think it did a good job of encouraging kids to take up the profession. I always wanted to be an archaeologist as a kid and this book reminded me why, like watching an episode of Time Team. I bet it’s a lot of hard work though, so read this instead.


Terry Deary

Terry Deary


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