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By: Danny Hanna

A Legend Called Tanniv

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England has an abundance of ancient stone circles, and the world is full of stone rings and megalithic places. Places like Stonehenge, The Avebury Rings, Carnac in France, even the newly found Göbeklitepe in Turkey have been discovered in more recent years, but no one knows why or what they were used for.

But what if two boys discover the actual answers to the archaeological questions that have perplexed the world for thousands of years? What if two boys knew all the answers to all the enigmas? Questions that scholars and historians worldwide have been desperately attempting to find for centuries but are largely unaware of what they are used for?

This is a story about how two young boys discovered the hidden secrets of the past and could understand why civilisations and Empires have forged over the past twelve thousand years, only to be lost and forgotten again.

Living in the New Forest in England, two boys discover a hidden stone circle in the countryside: only to find out what they were used for and why they existed; only to find out where they lead to, why they were built in the first place; only to find a closely guarded secret that only a few would know and a long-forgotten past with civilisations that rose to glory then collapsed into the ashes of history.

A sophisticated network of stone circles crisscross the globe, and voices from the past whistle in the wind around our accidental megaliths, waiting to be discovered.

Danny Hanna was born on September 30 at Freedom Fields Hospital in Plymouth, and grew up all over the place, as his family moved around in England and in Germany. The young Danny grew up surrounded by the military, as they lived in army camps. Due to his stepfather being in the army, he lived with his mother, two sisters and younger brother.

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