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: Karen Beasley
Sent: Tuesday 1 January, 2008
Love ‘Pillars’ and ‘World’. And, after discovering your interesting website, I look forward to reading more of your work. Thank you!
From: Bob Ryan
Sent: Thursday 3 January, 2008
‘World Without End’ is a masterpiece. I read all the time and until now my favourite of all time book was ‘Pillars’. I even wrote you in the early 90’s to say how much I enjoyed it. You wrote back saying you didn’t think you would do another historical fiction like that one. Thank God you did!!! Thank you, Ken!
From: Mary Helen Moore
Sent: Tuesday 8 January, 2008
Thank you!!! Thank you Mr. Follett. I have read all your books and all of them have captivated my imagination to the point of I do not do anything other than read your books. That is what happened with World Without End. Whoa what a novel. I want to thank you again for such in-depth information about so many subjects and the history. Great work. In fact, I didn’t mind standing in any line, bank, grocery store, where ever, because I got to read my book. Looking forward to the next one.
Mary Helen Moore
From: Sue Williams
Sent: Monday 21 January, 2008
Thank you so much for writing ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ and ‘World without End’. I have just finished the latter and I think I am actually depressed because I have finished it. It felt so accurately written, as though you had researched the period which I am sure you did. I am going to read more of you. Thank you.
From: Linnea Dakota
Sent: Tuesday 22 January, 2008
Dear Mr. Follett,
For years one of my favorite movies was ‘Eye of the Needle’ I only wish I had bothered to find out you had written it because I would have read more of your novels. I just finished ‘Pillars of the Earth’ and I began ‘World Without End’ today. I intend to read all of your works because you blend a story that speaks of all of us, male or female. I’m a 67 year old grandmother and you kept me up until 2:00 A.M. Thank you so much for your work.
If you’ve read several of my books, you might enjoy matching the first line with the title, or guessing the working title