Jasper, the rabbit of Cirencester, attends Stonehenge's annual summer solstice festivities with his family and friends. During the ceremony, he finds out through an evil omen that his long last brother, William, is in London with Alistair, the malicious falcon. The omen also shows the inevitable bombing of London and the destruction that is to come. Jasper decides to embark on a rescue mission with his friends Collin and Eileen to bring William back home before it's too late. On this perilous journey, Jasper will see for the first-time life outside the countryside, and he will realize that he is not only rescuing his brother but Maeve, one of the last druids. The magic of the fantasy genre is intertwined stupendously with the tough background of the Second World War in this novel written by R. J. Quilantan. Through a fluid narration, the author shows us colourful landscapes, ancient practices, and exciting mishaps as the three rabbits advance on a journey that will take them directly to the center of danger. Quilantan opens the doors of imagination to show us the fantastic world presented in JASPER - The Summer Solstice at Stonehenge. A Cotswold Story, by allowing us to know its adorable characters in depth and get involved in their experiences.