I finished Chaim Potok's Davita's Harp last week and started on Shell Game by Carol O'Connell, but I wasn't really in the mood for that. So I got Bernard Cornwell's Stonehenge: 2000 B.C. from the library yesterday. Finished the first chapter on the busride home tonight. Think it could get interesting. Though it doesn't grip me like for instance Edward Rutherfurd's Sarum, which covers the same topic, did. But I'll wait and see.