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A Column of Fire

By Ken Follett | Hardback | 1 Review(s)

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The saga that has enthralled the millions of readers of The Pillars of the Earth and World Without End now continues with Ken Follett's magnificent, gripping A Column of Fire.

Christmas 1558, and young Ned Willard returns home to Kingsbridge to find his world has changed.

The ancient stones of... read more

Format
Hardback
Release Date
12 Sep 2017
Author(s)
Ken Follett
Publisher
Pan Macmillan
ISBN-13
9781447278733
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Series
The Kingsbridge Novels
Pages
768
Format
Hardback
Release Date
12 Sep 2017
Author(s)
Ken Follett
Publisher
Pan Macmillan
ISBN-13
9781447278733
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Series
The Kingsbridge Novels
Pages
768

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24 Aug 2017

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Christmas 1558 and young Ned Willard returns home to Kingsbridge to find his world has changed.The ancient stones of Kingsbridge Cathedral look down on a city torn by religious hatred. Europe is in turmoil as high principles clash bloodily with friendship loyalty and love and Ned soon finds himself on the opposite side from the girl he longs to marry. The final part of the Kingsbridge sequence of novels that began with The Pillars of the Earth, and it is every bit as sweeping and ambitious in its scope as the predecessors.

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