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Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Follett continues the trilogy begun with Fall of Giants (2010) with a novel that ranges across continents and family trees.It makes sense that Follett would open with an impending clash, since, after all, it's Germany in 1933, when people are screaming about why the economy is so bad and why there are so many foreigners on the nation's streets. The clash in question, though, is a squabble between ... Read full review

Review: Winter of the World: Book Two of the Century Trilogy

Editorial Review - - Roz Shea

WINTER OF THE WORLD, the eagerly awaited sequel to Ken Follett's internationally bestselling FALL OF GIANTS, is the second in a trilogy that will chronicle the 20th century, considered by many to be the most violent in history. Follett, who has brought us sweeping historical sagas such as PILLARS OF THE EARTH and EYE OF THE NEEDLE, brings to life how revolution, a global plague, two world wars ... Read full review

Winter of the World

User Review  - David Keymer - Book Verdict

The second volume in Follett's trilogy of the 20th century traces the intertwined histories of the same five families—Welsh, English, German, Russian and American—that were featured in Fall of ... Read full review

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