'Utterly brilliant … it feels like Abram is generously sharing that ‘new mental map’ of his through his wonderful photos'
'Stunning photographs of Great Britain’s ancient sites, from Stonehenge to Cadbury Castle... The aerial images often reveal topographical secrets [and] might read like paintings... Abram shot many of the pictures during the pandemic, when Britain’s empty highways, pastures, and cliffsides were at their most majestic'
'Spectacular, beautiful and awesome images, familiar and lesser known, are captured from the air and given a new and magnificent perspective'
'Excellent … A superb resource that uncovers our rich prehistory and offers photographers a wealth of locations to discover and explore'
'A hugely significant contribution to our understanding of our ancestors. Far more than a coffee table book of spectacular photographs, it also acts as a first-class introduction to early British history'