Few of us are born it would seem to make history, books will not be written about us, statues will not be erected in our honour. Yet we live and we die, are remembered by some and not by others and in our brief time in the present as the product of a past unseen we help forge the future that remains as yet unknown - we exist, we change lives, we are the builders of worlds. Once born we cannot cease to have been - we are all prisoners of eternity.
Prisoners of Eternity is history in its broadest sense from the dawn of time and across the globe. It tells the story of us, of our art, our poetry, the facts and the myths, the triumphs and the disasters. It does so without prejudice and seeks to propagate no agenda. It merely tells the story for though history is open to interpretation it is not subject to change.