Here you will find selected letters you have written (earlier ones over the years are here), and a quick quiz.
I received these letters recently, and thought you would enjoy them as much as I did…
From: Harry Pandolfino
Sent: Saturday, March 5, 2005
I’ve just discovered you and am happy to have done so! I just finished ‘Night Over Water’ and loved it (I’m an old aviation buff). Now I have four more of your paperbacks sitting here. My brother was right. You tell a good story!
From: Fredrik Erlandsson
Sent: Monday, March 7, 2005
Thanks for all the wonderful books you have written. I usually read them in Swedish so I’m always seem to be one book behind...I chose ‘A Place called Freedom’ as the most enjoyable, but that’s partly because I love Scotland. I do enjoy all your books!!!
From: Brad Hartsell
Sent: Tuesday, March 8, 2005
I just finished ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ today, and I must say, it is the best book that I have ever read. I have never read a book that had me completely twisted around it like this did. When I saw on the web site that there is a sequel in the works, I was very happy. I’m sure that I will be a huge Follett fan from now on, even though I haven’t read one of your more spy/thriller novels yet. All I have to say, is that if they are half as good as ‘Pillars’ was then I have a lot to look forward too.
From: Bryan McGillis
On Friday, March 11, 2005
I’m quite sure you hear this often, however I feel compelled to say you are, indeed, my favorite author. I consider myself an aspiring writer, and have found the Masterclass section of your site very intriguing and informative. I am most captivated by your WWII-era novels, though I enjoy that you write other stories as well. I have long enjoyed your novels, and regularly look for any I may have missed.
Vancouver, WA, USA
From: May Jennings
Sent: Friday, March 18, 2005
‘Whiteout’ read like a motion picture. Enjoyed reading the difference between the two women characters! Good job!
If you’ve read several of my books, you might enjoy matching the first line with the title, or guessing the working title