ken follett

  1. Brian G Turner

    Ken Follet to write new sequel to Pillars of the Earth

    Apparently, the third book in what is now a series is planned for 2017: http://ken-follett.com/news/140508_us_penguin_rights.html According to Wikipedia, it's set in Kingsbridge during the 16th century, under Elizabeth I: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Follett#Future_project Am definitely...
  2. Brian G Turner

    Pillars of the Earth TV series

    Pillars of the Earth is available on Netflix, as I've just found out. Really enjoyed the book and am enjoying the TV series so far - though they've changed a few things, I can understand why (not least because a lot of the conflict is internalised within the character POV in the book, something...
  3. sloweye

    Pillars of the Earth. (CH4)

    I couldn't see a thread for this anywhere so i thought i'd start one. What did people think of the first part? I for one thought it was very well done, i was gutted when it finished as i could have watched the whole thing there and then. I will be honest and say i never finished the book as...
  4. svalbard

    Pillars of the Earth

    Are there any fans of Ken Follett's, Pillars of the Earth out there. He has just published a sequel set two hundred years later around the time of the Black Death. What I loved about the Pillars was that it had one of the most nastiest bad guys I ever came across in HF.
  5. tangaloomababe

    World Without End

    World without End is the sequal to one of my favorite books "The Pillars of the Earth" - Ken Follett. It is due to be released in October 2007 and I can understand Follett's trepidation in writing a sequel. Pillars is a massive book not only in size but as a brilliant novel. Apparently...
  6. hodor

    The Pillars of the Earth

    I just wanted to start a thread based on the book Pillars of the Earth. I am hoping others have read this book I am currently reading. I find it most interesting and hard to put down. It seems a very in depth, well researched, and well written historical fiction. I have particularly come to find...