World without End

World without End

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By (author) Ken Follett

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  • Publisher: Signet
  • Format: Paperback | 1024 pages
  • Dimensions: 107mm x 173mm x 43mm | 522g
  • Publication date: 27 July 2010
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0451228375
  • ISBN 13: 9780451228376
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Sales rank: 2,647

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View our Ken Follett feature page.The #1 "New York Times" bestselling sequel to "The Pillars of the Earth." Ken Follett astonished the literary world with "The Pillars of the Earth," a sweeping epic novel set in twelfth-century England that centered on the building of a cathedral and the men, women, and children whose lives it changed forever. Now, two centuries after the townspeople of Kingsbridge finished building the exquisite edifice, four children slip into the forest and witness a killing-an event that will bind them all by ambition, love, greed, and revenge...

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"A ROUSING EPIC of 14th-century England...terrifically compelling."--Diana Gabaldon, "The Washington Post" "JUICY HISTORICAL FICTION."--"USA Today" "AN IMMENSE CAST OF TRULY REMARKABLE CHARACTERS...this is not a book to be devoured in one sitting, tempting though that might be, but one to savor for its drama, depth, and richness."--"Library Journal" "A well-researched, beautifully detailed portrait of the late Middle Ages."--"The Washington Post " "Juicy historical fiction."--"USA Today " "Follett tells a story that runs the gamut of life in the Middle Ages, and he does so in such a way that we are not only captivated but also educated. What else could you ask for?"--"The Denver Post" "So if historical fiction is your meat, here's a rare treat. A feast of conflicts and struggles among religious authority, royal governance, the powerful unions (or guilds) of the day and the peasantry...With "World Without End," Follett proves his "Pillars "may be a rarity, but it wasn't a fluke."--"New York Post"