Lost Britain
David Long

Lost Britain

In Lost Britain  David Long unearths some of the strangest buried treasure from around 2,000 years of British history. On a journey from Noviomagus to Norn, via sail-powered trains, Britain's only homemade atomic bomb and the lonely concrete tombs of Ada and Phyllis, the book explores lost landmarks, forgotten tongues and some truly bizarre cultural artefacts.

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David Long

David Long spent 25 years writing features for national newspapers and editing glossy magazines before turning to books, initially as a ghostwriter. Since then, under his own name, he is the author of many successful non-fiction titles for adults and children. With an engaging historical focus, his books have been well received by readers and reviewers alike and translated into a dozen languages. In 2017 his book Survivors was the Blue Peter Book of the Year. He lives in Suffolk, is the father of two boys, and has made regular appearances in the Times, Sunday Times, Sunday Pe...
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Book Reviews

  • "a quietly beguiling A-Z of forgotten landmarks and lost traditions."
    Spectator
  • "  The superbly talented David Long."
    Sunday Express