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“Just as potent, engrossing, and prolix as the opening opus, Fall of Giants. [Follett’s] dedication and ability to keep so many plots spinning while delivering a story that educates, entertains…Will leave fans eagerly awaiting the trilogy’s crowning capstone."
“Follett’s storytelling is unobtrusive and workmanlike…he spins a reasonable and readable yarn that embraces dozens of characters and plenty of Big Picture history.”
“Follett never lets the action lag as he adeptly ties together all the sweeping economic, cultural, political, and social transformations of the entire era.”
“It’s a book that will suck you in, consume you for days or weeks… then let you out the other side both entertained and educated."
— USA Today on Fall of Giants
“Meticulously researched and deftly weaves together historical fact, fictional characters and engrossing storytelling.”
— Associated Press on Fall of Giants
"A tireless storyteller...grippingly told, and readable to the end."
—The New York Times Book Review on Fall of Giants
"Suspenseful, tightly constructed, sharply characterized, plot-driven...some of the biggest-picture fiction being written today."
—The Seattle Times
KEN FOLLETT burst into the book world with Eye of the Needle, an award-winning thriller and international bestseller. After several more successful thrillers, he surprised everyone with The Pillars of the Earth and its long-awaited sequel, World Without End, a national and international bestseller. Follett's new, magnificent historical epic, The Century Trilogy, opened with the bestselling Fall of Giants. He lives in England with his wife, Barbara.See all Editorial Reviews
Good historical review. I'm just now reviewing the Cuban debacle.Published 4 hours ago by Margo Lassner
Great book of historical fiction and family saga. It was a little slow to begin with, but once I got into it, I couldn't put it down. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by lizh27
The second in the trilogy was even better than the first one. I am looking forward to reading #3!Published 18 hours ago by judy sepik
This is a fascinating view of history from multiple perspectives. I completed all three books in the series and found them equally enjoyable. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Dennis W Hawley
I have enjoyed many of Ken Follets novels. He is becoming increasingly liberal leaning and I do not care to read this slant.Published 20 hours ago by Jeanne T Bezek
A good read. A little soap opera like but the historical parts seem well researched. Entertaining.Published 23 hours ago by Sarah W. Watkins