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: Hugh Rowley
Sent: Thursday 3 August, 2006
I accidently repurchased ‘Hornet Flight’ not realizing that I had read it before. I think that I enjoyed it the second time even more.
Thank you for your fine work.
From: Anthony Sultana
Sent: Sunday 6 August, 2006
You are just great, we want more and more books from you. Waiting anxiously for the sequel of ‘Pillars of the Earth’ in 2007, it is the best book I ever read.
From: Christopher Cobb
Sent: Monday 7 August, 2006
I just wanted to thank you. A few buddies and I are hooked on you books that we have been reading while deployed to Iraq. Your books definitely help us to pass the time and help us escape the reality of what is going on here. Thanks again.
From: Maureen Woodward
Sent: Tuesday 8 August, 2006
My husband received ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ for his birthday and was absolutely ‘glued’ to it so I read it too. This is the first book of yours we have read and I must say it was a splendid story. I was sorry to get to the end of it so your sequel will be on our list of ‘must reads’. Thank you for the pleasure you gave us.
From: Layla Hedges
Sent: Tuesday 22 August, 2006
I just wanted to let you know what a pleasant surprise it was for me when I read ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ this summer for a school assignment. The book has made me think about so many things in a different way, including cathedrals, and I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed a summer reading so much. I’m actually looking forward to writing that 4-page paper I’ve been assigned. I eventually plan on reading each and every one of your books because I know they will be amazing.
From: Jim Nagle
Sent: Thursday 24 August, 2006
I have read all but two of your novels they are great books once I start one I have a hard time setting it down!
From: Ava Klinger
Sent: Saturday 26 August, 2006
I have been reading your books for five years now, and every one I’ve read has been an absolute delight! Your first book published that I’ve read about Modigliani and the art world was something I was hoping you might explore again, now that you have become such a success. I would love to hear more about art history and scandals. Thanks for hearing my suggestion.
If you’ve read several of my books, you might enjoy matching the first line with the title, or guessing the working title