Fall Of Giants

by Ken Follett

Fall of Giants

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Book Summary

Follows the fates of five interrelated families — American, German, Russian, English and Welsh — as they move through the dramas of World War I, the Russian Revolution and the struggle for women's suffrage.

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5 weeks on NPR Paperback Fiction Bestseller List

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Ken Follett has dominated epic storytelling for three decades. With spy novels like Eye of the Needle and historical fiction like Pillars of the Earth, his worldwide sales have topped the 100-million-copy mark. Now, he's back with Fall of Giants, the 985-page first installment of a trilogy covering the 20th century. It spotlights five families from Wales, the United States, Russia and Germany as their countries hurtle toward World War I. Its themes range

Author Ken Follett is writing a trilogy about the 20th century. The first novel is called Fall of Giants. Luke Wolagiewicz hide caption

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