Ken Follett’s ‘Fall of Giants’ In Paperback

Following is a mail I received the other day from Ken Follett. All those who read the book will surely be looking forward to the next ones in the series. With permission:

Dear Shana,

I thought you might like to know that the paperback edition of my latest novel, Fall of Giants, will be published in the United Kingdom, most Commonwealth countries and many English-speaking areas of the world on May 30th this year. The United States and Canada will publish their paperback edition in August.

Fall of Giants, for those of you who have not yet read it, is the first of three, linked historical novels which trace the fortunes of five families – one American, one English, one Welsh, one Russian, and one German – as they live through World War I, the Russian Revolution, and the fight to get women the vote.

Known as the Century Trilogy, these books cover an extraordinary period in our history which, as I get deeper into the writing of the second one in the series, Winter of the World, I realise I will never be able to think about in the same way again. Many of you who have read the hardcover edition of Fall of Giants have written to me to say you feel the same way, and I am delighted that the book has been so well received.

I am enjoying every minute of writing and researching Winter of the World, which covers the momentous events leading up to World War II – and that dreadful conflict itself. I hope to have it ready for publication in the second half of next year.

I really appreciate the feedback I get from my readers. If you want to get in touch, please do so through my web site, on my Facebook page or via Twitter.

Best Wishes and Good Reading!




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