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At the day after Halloween, within the 12 months 1327, 4 youngsters slip clear of the cathedral urban of Kingsbridge. they seem to be a thief, a bully, a boy genius and a lady who desires to be a physician. within the wooded area they see males killed. As adults, their lives can be braided jointly via ambition, love, greed and revenge. they are going to see prosperity and famine, plague and conflict. One boy will commute the realm yet come domestic in spite of everything; the opposite may be a strong, corrupt nobleman. One lady will defy the may of the medieval church; the opposite will pursue an most unlikely love. And consistently they'll dwell lower than the lengthy shadow of the unexplained killing they witnessed on that fateful youth day.

Ken Follett's masterful epic "The Pillars of the Earth" enchanted thousands of readers with its compelling drama of struggle, ardour and kin clash set round the development of a cathedral. Now "World with out End" takes the readers again to medieval Kingsbridge centuries later, because the males, girls and youngsters of the town once more grapple with the devastating sweep of ancient swap.

'Follett's storytelling abilities hold you compulsively turning the pages to the passable finishing of fine positive over evil' - "Daily Mail".

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World Without End (The Pillars of the Earth, Book 2)

At the day after Halloween, within the yr 1327, 4 young children slip clear of the cathedral urban of Kingsbridge. they seem to be a thief, a bully, a boy genius and a lady who desires to be a physician. within the wooded area they see males killed. As adults, their lives can be braided jointly through ambition, love, greed and revenge.

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