"...a pastiche of scholarship, creative reinterpretation of Greek myths, and personal passion." -- Pasatiempo, November 10, 2006
"A good read...Complex stuff, but Barnes' book...is not a dense, academic tome." -- Sage Magazine, November 2006
"A rich work filled with excellent research and beautiful writing. Highly recommended!" -- USABookNews.com
"This book is filled with intense, heartfelt reaserch, and brings into focus the suppressed role of women throughout history..." -- MariJo Moore, author of Eating Fire, Tasting Blood
"recommended pick for any strong women's studies or women's history holding ... uses archaeological and social facts to follow ancient history..." -- The Midwest Book Review, September 1, 2006
"weaves together threads that explain the mysterious disappearance of ancient cultures in which women ... were the center.." -- USABookNews.com, October 3, 2006
About the Author
Craig Barnes began his career as a public interest lawyer dealing with women's rights and the environment. He was also active in politics and civil rights, running for Congress in Denver as a peace candidate in 1970.