The Pillars of the Earth The Pillars of the Earth discussion


66 views
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE 13TH AND 14TH CENTURY MAINLY IN ENGLAND

Comments Showing 1-3 of 3 (3 new)    post a comment »
dateDown arrow    newest »

Leslie This is a different venue for Ken Follett. It is historical and held my interest. Having a Welsh heritage and having grown up around my British relatives, I feel an affinity for that part of my family history. I enjoyed this book and am presently reading the sequel, "World Without End."


Lissette I just finished reading this book about 2 hours ago, and it was incredible! I loved it. How is "World Without End?" Does it grip you in the same manner and suck you into the story with it's historical and fictional content?


message 3: by Al- (new) - rated it 5 stars

Al- I'd say this book is what really piqued my interest in English history...particularly the 100 years war.

Loved this book, one of my top 5, but was very disappointed in WWE. I may have liked it more if I hadn't read POTE. Did it even have any historical context?? oh, yeah, the Plauge. That angle was interesting...


back to top