Praise for Sex & Punishment in The Guardian

Here is an excerpt from the review:

“I don’t think I’ve ever read such an entertaining historical work. It has the wisdom granted by perspective, without the condescension of someone who thinks we’re wiser than our ancestors. Whether you want to fuel your indignation, or simply furnish yourself with enough jaw-dropping data to galvanise a hundred party conversations (“Did you know that the single event that precipitated the fall of the Roman empire more than any other was the imprisonment of a popular homosexual charioteer in Thessalonica in 390AD?”). You really must shell out for this book. It’s worth every penny.”

For the full article, visit: Guardian.co.uk