Winter of the World by Ken Follett
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Winter of the World Summary
Ken Follett's Fall of Giants, the first novel in his extraordinary new historical epic, The Century Trilogy, was an international sensation, acclaimed as "sweeping and fascinating, a book that will consume you for days or weeks" (USA Today) and "grippingly told and readable to the end" (The New York Times Book Review). "If the next two volumes are as lively and entertaining as Fall of Giants," said The Washington Post, "they should be well worth waiting for."
Winter of the World Reviews
"While some may find Folletts verbosity daunting, others will applaud his dedication and ability to keep so many plots spinning while delivering a story that educates, entertains, and will leave fans eagerly awaiting the trilogys crowning capstone." - Publishers Weekly
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Ken Follett Author Biography
Ken Follett was born on 5 June 1949 in Cardiff, Wales, the son of a tax inspector. He was
educated at state schools and graduated from University College, London, with an
Honours degree in philosophy (he was made a Fellow of the college in 1995).
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