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Obviously the history is all real, so in that case you …more I think you definitely need to read the first one zims. See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Rick I just finished Edge of Eternity. You don’t want to risk too much of a good thing. If you have, then this is just as good or as bad as any one of his books.
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I really enjoyed learning more about that, particularly against the backdrop of the election climate. Patricia I would start with Fall of the Giants, as it is about families and history through their experiences. Marisa I think you definitely need to read the first one first. The first Follet is the best, after Eye of the Needle it will be just all the same boring cliches, bad people and good liberals, written by a businessman, well rather by his team, isn’t’, Ken?
Also, which historical event did the author not mention? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I am on Winter of the World, and am going to finish soon. Of course, I know that it is better to read the whole trilogy, but, can I read this book without reading the first book zkma the trilogy? Ask and answer questions about books! A traveller about 25 told me that as I love history that they are essential reading! All the folldtt are connected. Anybody has another opinion?
Gus If you haven’t read Ken Follet before I recommend starting with “Pillars of the Earth” it is probably the best way to initiate yourself into this …more If you haven’t read Ken Follet before I recommend starting with “Pillars of the Earth” it is probably the best way to initiate yourself into this cult.
I am on Winter of the World, and am going to …more I would start with Fall of the Giants, as it is about families and history through their experiences.
I like it so much. I own and operate a tiny pub in northern Canada. Where can I find review of winter of the world? Would you recommend starting the Winter of the World hours after finishing Fall of Giants?
I’m afraid of getting burned out!
Load 2 more questions. I have seen someone who read Herman Wouk give the books very bad ratings followed y a berating review on account of Follet’s typical sexual explicitness and the rushed feel of the books What’s the most described historical event in this book? I would suggest taking a break between each because they are all fantastic reads.
How connected are the two books, and would I be okay if I start with Winter, see how I flow with it, and then come back to Fall? I read Wouk many years ago, and I am thinking about embarking on Follett. Thanks in advance for the help. I want to read the third, as Zimw find them compelling.
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I am sure that each time you come back to start another one you will find its like visiting an old friend. All three books were a treat. The actual dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan is mentioned only in passing, and the aftermath there not at all.
It’s like eating your favourite candy. The trilogy is definitely worth reading. Obviously the history is all real, so in that case you would be able to follow the events, but the significance of why certain people are where they are or married to who they are or whatever would really be lost if you didn’t have the backdrop of Fall of Giants!
It’s …more I just finished Edge of Eternity. Did anyone feel that this volume actually undermined efforts of other countries participated in world war 2? In my opinion, the pace is fast, the storylines intricately intertwined, the author’s investment into details is heavy, and the characters rich and diverse.