A book someone who enjoyed Pillars of the Earth might also like?A book someone who enjoyed Pillars of the Earth might also like? Cassie #recommend
Have you read the rest of the trilogy?
He hasn’t. I didn’t know it was a trilogy. Thanks.
World Without End is the next (and my favorite if the three.) Anything by Ken Follett is great. Pope Joan is another good one.
He has another series just like it except I am blanking on the name. Fall of Giants is the last book I think. Wonderful. Also, Edward Rutherford’s books. I think I have that right. The one about England is Sarum and there is one called Russka that I enjoyed alot
Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel
The half orc series by David dalglish.
Fifty shades of gray
You’re not helpful or funny.
Well bless your heart.
Rutherford – Sarum ignited my love of the Salisburury Plains. Anything by hI’m is good but be aware that he can be a slow start (like Michener – another author you might like)
World Without End, also by Ken Follett is its sequel.
The Century Trilogy also by Ken Follett I binge read all three
Century Trilogy by Ken Follett
The doomsday book by Connie Willis, books by Edward Rutherfurd (Sarum, London)
Poland by James Michener….The Physician by Noah Gordon…Kristin Lavransdatter by Sigrid Undset …A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness…In the Garden of Iden by Kage Baker…Absolution by Murder [Sister Fidelma mysteries] by Peter Tremayne…
Peter and Olivier in America by Peter @Carey
The Glassblower by Petra Durst-Benning.
At Home is a delightful non fiction describing the evolution of human shelter through historic and personal anecdote.
People of the Book.
The Saxon Tales series by Bernard Cornwell.
Cathedral by the sea, by Ildefonso Falcones, followed by the sequel The Heirs of the earth. The Spanish Follet when it comes to Historical fiction. He has other 2 novels not related to the former titles.
I second Rutherford and Hilary Mantel.