This solution is ranked
in What are the best novels of Ken FollettRead user opinions
in What are the best must-read historical fiction novelsRead user opinions
in What are the best historical fiction set in UK and IrelandRead user opinions
in What are the best middle ages booksRead user opinions
in What are the best modern British novelsRead user opinions
in What are the best books that are over a 1000 pagesRead user opinions
in What are the best family sagas booksRead user opinions
in What are the best historical fiction booksRead user opinions
in What are the best historical fiction books that are actually historical fictionRead user opinions
in What are the best historical novelsRead user opinions
What the community says about World Without End (Kingsbridge Series)
- "This book is a sequel to Ken Follet's highly-regarded "Pillars of the Earth", about the building of a cathedral in the 12th century. In "World Without End", the story continues two centuries later and is about the Church itself and the authoritarians who administer to it. Most reviews of this book mention how long and tedious it is. "
- "This is a good novel about ancient Britain. It is a good read but not a modern novel. It is a throwback to the past and an intriguing story. The characters are real and vibrant and history oozes out of the pages. I liked the book and would recommend it to anyone."
- "World Without End is one of the greatest new books about characters descending from the first book in this series. The mind of Ken Follett strikes gold again in this amazing and captivating historical book and your mind will be taken to new places while you read it. Many people are already talking about, so it only makes sense that you read it, too!"
- "This book is very intriguing and very scary sometimes. i reccomand for those readers who like to be horrified sometimes. It is a very good book for your immagination."
- "I had heard this book was fantastic, and I'll love it, and all the other great things. I tried, for about a week. It was just too depressing, and too much of the little guy getting the shaft. This is all grind, grind, grind, step on your face, grind. Written well enough, but just not for me."